If the child cannot learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way that they learn!
Learning a language can be tedious and needs practice to gain mastery over the language. With English being one of the most commonly used languages in the world, especially in school settings; most children from diverse backgrounds find it difficult to learn the language. Their struggle with the English Language affects their academic grades and overall performance in different settings like school, public places, social settings, etc.
This module focuses on evidence- and practice-based strategies, techniques and resources that can be used to help improve the development of literacy skills in children with special needs to improve their academic outcomes. These strategies and techniques can be individualized and customized for each child based on their needs/requirements.
Remedial English Intervention
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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.
A Physiotherapist with years of experience handling children with autism and other special needs. A "Handwriting Without Tears" expert with rich experience of 18 years. Director of Sahas Physiotherapy and Wellness Centre with a mission to create an inclusive society for Children with Special Needs.
On completing a Program or the entire training program, we provide a certificate that can be used to showcase your competency for future career opportunities.
We want to allow open access to a high-quality special needs training program for everyone and price shouldn’t be a barrier to it.