Strategies in working with children with diverse needs - Secondary Years
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This module enables participants to develop the necessary skills to work with adolescents.
The Learning Support Educator should work in collaboration with the teacher to prepare strategies and materials. The focus of the LSE, however, must be students with special needs. Effective strategies developed with these students in mind greatly enhance their learning experience.
The Maltese Education System is divided into three modules: Early Years (Kinder to Year 2), Primary Years (Year 3 to 6) and Secondary (Year 7 to 11). The LSE needs to have an understanding of what these three modules entail, to effectively assist pupils at different stages of their development and education.
Understanding the Maltese Secondary School Curriculum.
Developing strategies that aid pupils with special needs
During this module, learners will:
Identify the educational challenges faced by students with special needs.
Develop lesson plans that consider the pupil’s individual needs. - Secondary Years
Recognise the importance of early intervention when it comes to students with diverse needs.
Understand the importance of excellent communication and technological skills when teaching students with special needs. - Secondary Years
Examine the classroom environment and identify aspects which need to be improved. - Secondary Years
Recognise the importance of continuous assessment when it comes to working with this special group of students. - Secondary Years