Academic interventions are designed to enhance the academic performance of students by improving their academic skills and increasing their intrinsic motivation towards learning. Join us to explore strategies that can maximize the academic potential of children with special needs.
Teachers and parents of special needs children are always looking for new resources and ideas to help their students/children succeed academically. And sometimes, these resources are not readily available.
There are many reasons why students/children with learning challenges often face difficulties in their academic skills. In this module, Expert Practitioners will be sharing proven, and practice-based strategies and techniques, as well as resources that can be used to help students/children with learning challenges, overcome difficulties in their academic skills.
The strategies and techniques include Cognitive Intervention to Remedial English and Math and devising a plan to help every individual child/student.
Remedial English Intervention
Remedial Math Intervention
An Effective Academic Intervention Plan
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We want to help you learn from the best minds in the industry and access to experts who have decades of experience in special needs
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.
Marie Grace A. Gomez is Professor 1 at the Counselor Education Area, College of Education, University of the Philippines-Diliman. She teaches counseling and research courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. She has a bachelor's degree in Political Science, a Master of Arts in Education (Guidance) degree, a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Guidance and another doctorate in Special Education. She is currently working on a graduate degree in Clinical Psychology. All degrees are earned from the University of the Philippines-Diliman. She has served as a classroom teacher, guidance counselor, and administrator in the basic and tertiary education settings. Her community extension projects involve counseling and assessment of children, persons with disability, children in conflict with the law, drug surrenderees, sexually abused children, medical personnel, women with mental health issues in institutional settings, and persons affected by COVID-19.
Her researches are in the fields of education, persons with disability, program development, and development of assessment instruments. She has published and presented researches both locally and internationally and is constantly invited to referee journal articles submitted for publication. She is a member of the Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society, the Pi Lamda Theta Honor Society for Teachers an the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. She was a recipient of the UP Presidential Scholarship award, the UP International Publication Award, the One-UP Professorial Chair for Teaching and Research, and the One-UP Professorial Chair Award for Teaching and Public Service.
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