Supporting Students in their Individual Educational Needs

Code Title Target Audience Brief Description
TSS11
Facilitating Learning for the Child who is on the Autism Spectrum
Educators
This session features the cognitive profile of individuals with autism; understanding behaviours related to social communication and repetitive behaviour; and strategies which may facilitate the learning of studenTSS on the autism spectrum.
TSS21
Helping children with learning difficulties
Educators
Having pupils with Learning Difficulties is a daunting experience for teachers and parents alike. However, research has shown that different methods may be used to help educators in their daily experiences with children. This two-hour session focuses upon different learning difficulties and provides various suggestions which may be utilised to work more effectively with children.
TSS26
Learning more about your child's additional needs & ways you can support him/her.
Educators
This workshop will help educators understand how a child's additional needs might be impacting their learning and behavior. The workshop will also tackle useful strategies educators can use in order to support their child/student in their educational journey.
TSS43
Facilitating Learning for the Youth who is on the Autism Spectrum
Educators
This session features the cognitive profile of individuals with autism; understanding behaviours related to social communication and repetitive behaviour; and strategies which may facilitate the learning of students on the autism spectrum
TSS52
Autism: Myths and Facts about Autism
Educators
This session will offer you evidence-based information about autism. We will discuss what autism really is and contrast this with common myths and misconceptions about autism. You will be provided with simple strategies to support children with autism.
PSS07
Facilitating Learning for the Child who is on the Autism Spectrum
Parents/ Guardians
This session features the cognitive profile of individuals with autism; understanding behaviours related to social communication and repetitive behaviour; and strategies which may facilitate the learning of children on the autism spectrum.
PSS32
Facilitating Learning for the Youth who is on the Autism Spectrum
Parents/ Guardians
This session features the cognitive profile of individuals with autism; understanding behaviours related to social communication and repetitive behaviour; and strategies which may facilitate the learning of children on the autism spectrum.
PSS42
Helping Children with Learning Difficulties
Parents/ Guardians
Having children with Learning Difficulties is a daunting experience for teachers and parents alike. However, research has shown that different methods may be used to help adults in their daily experiences with their children. This two-hour session focuses upon different learning difficulties and provides various suggestions which may be utilised to work more effectively with one’s children.
PSS53
Learning more about your Child's Additional Needs and Ways you can Support.
Parents/ Guardians
This workshop will help parents understand how a child's additional needs might be impacting their learning and behavior. The workshop will also tackle useful strategies parents can use in order to support their child/student in their educational journey.
PSS66
Autism - Myths and Facts about Autism
Parents/ Guardians
This session will offer you evidence-based information about autism. We will discuss what autism really is and contrast this with common myths and misconceptions about autism. You will be provided with simple strategies to support children with autism.
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