Strategies in working with children diverse needs - Primary Years
Course Duration: 9 hours - 3 hours
The Learning Support Educator's role is to prepare educational material in collaboration with the principal teacher. Furthermore, the LSE should actively participate in the class’ instructional and educational process.
The Maltese education system is divided into three Modules: Early Years (Kinder to Year 2), Primary Years (Year 3 to 6) and Secondary Years (Year 7 to 11). The LSE needs to be aware of the strategies used in all three modules since the abilities and developmental levels of the children in their care vary.
All in all, this module enables participants to develop the right skill set to create personalised strategies and curate resources according to the child’s capabilities and needs.
Understanding the Maltese Primary Years Curriculum.
Choosing the strategies and resources that best assist children with special needs.
During this module, our students will:
Identify the educational needs of the children in their care.
Learn how to develop lesson plans and instructional materials that aid children with special needs. - Primary Years
Understand the importance of early intervention in regards to this group of children.
Discuss how technology can be used to enhance the child’s learning experience. - Primary Years
Understand the importance of ongoing assessment when it comes to students with diverse needs. - Primary Years
Evaluate how the classroom environment can be improved to encourage this group of children to participate in class. - Primary Years
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