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2.5 day course

  • Ended
  • Orchard Road

Service Description

The Search & Teach program has its focus in early intervention. It is a two-fold approach that is an effective tool for educators to catch learning difficulties at the beginning of a child’s academic journey. The learning components addressed are Early Identification A testing instrument for children 5-6 years of age that is designed to survey perceptual and neuropsychological functions basic to learning. Early Intervention Instructional methods and instruments that builds a child’s pre- academic skills specific to reading and language. The intervention is formulated on the child’s strong and weak academic areas and the educator is trained to prescribe appropriate instructional tasks for reading and language. Objectives With successful completion of the course, the educational therapist will be equipped to: Identify children vulnerable to learning difficulties and educational failure Provide a clear profile of a child’s neuropsychological skills Provide a structure to guide appropriate intervention before failure has occurred Organise a program of learning (according to the child’s test profile) that is based on five clusters – visual, visual motor, auditory, body image and intermodal skill clusters Who it will benefit The program is ideal for two sets of participants: Kindergarten or early primary grade years. Its most effective use is in scanning an entire class in order to provide teachers and administrators with a grade-wide profile for the proper planning of content, organization and timing of instruction. Educational therapists working individually with young children who appear to be faltering in educational activities Research Search & Teach is based on both clinical and statistical research that focuses on The techniques reviewed in the course will build and strengthen a child’s number sense, math fluency, math vocabulary and problem solving strategies. Students will also be challenged to apply their growing understanding of number sense to novel problems solving activities that challenge thinking and reasoning. Objectives The course will equip successful participants to: implement a weekly intervention for math students in a group setting use a multi-sensory game-based approach that is fun yet effective and reduces math anxiety better understand student needs in math, based on four subtypes of math disabilities set foundational math concepts that strengthen number sense and math fluency assist children to bolster their problem solving skills

Contact Details

  • 583 Orchard Rd, Forum The Shopping Mall, Singapore 238884

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