Academic performance has always been one of the main focuses in mainstream schools.
Children with academic difficulties often go unnoticed or are being misunderstood as lazy, uninterested, etc. Without proper identification and support, these children may miss the opportunity to reach their full potential.
In this module, the focus is learning the various common academic challenges faced by children with learning difficulties in mainstream schools, along with appropriate screening and assessment.
Classification of Academic Challenges
Identification & Assessment
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Rehabilitation Practitioner and Psychologist. Director of Professional Development & Programs at The Sashaktikaran Trust, Cochin. Over 30 years of experience in helping children with special needs. Worked in international schools following an American curriculum for inclusive settings primarily for more than 15 years. Done intensive work in curriculum development and adaptations, behavioural management, coordinating and promoting best educational practices using UDL principles for professionals and parents. Launched Early Academic Series; a Teacher’s kit for teaching early English language skills and basic Mathematics based on Universal Design of Learning.
Mrs. Lea is a principal of a private special needs schools in Philippines. She has more than 12 years of experience teaching special needs children, in both public and private schools. She has conducted various training and seminars on teaching strategies for students with Autism, ADHD, Learning Disability, Behavioral Problem, Intellectual Disability, and other related disabilities. She has also spoken at various schools covering topics on stress, anger, and time management, as well as leadership skills and basic counseling skills for students and teachers. She provides integrated guidance and counseling in the field of special education to parents of children with special needs. Her other skills are Psychoeducational Assessment, Functional Behavior Assessment, IEP Planning and Development, Behaviour Intervention Plan, and SPED Program Implementation. Her last research thesis was on the enhancement of acceptance among parents of children with disabilities which helped parents recognize their emotions leading to an increase in acceptance of their children. She is a member of two international honor societies, the Pi Gamma Mu and the Phi Kappa Phi.
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