Early identification of dyslexia and in deed all learning difficulties is very critical in offering timed intervention

Are you a teacher ready to go out of your way for that struggling learner in your class? Does it matter that 1 in 5 children in your class seems to always rag behind, not trying hard enough, playful, misbehaving?

One teacher can make all the difference in the life of a child with dyslexia. Teachers often see the signs of dyslexia first. Before school starts, dyslexia may not be obvious.

Join us during our workshops

We conduct seminars and workshops for parents, educators and other groups to sensitize the participants on early identification and intervention of dyslexia and other co-occurring learning difficulties.

TEACHER TRAINING

Basic dyslexia awareness training that include

  • How to spot dyslexia and other specific learning difficulty in a child
  • Teaching strategies for the dyslexic child in class
  • How to Develop an Individual Education Program (IEP) and its implementation in class

Provide free resources and necessary equipment at our Centre for teachers, parents or educators interested to learn the free course online course by https://www.dyslexia-and-literacy.international/our-projects/on-line-teacher-training-course/

Join our class every Saturday 9.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m. free Wi-Fi provided

EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION COURSE

Early identification of Dyslexia and indeed all disorders is the key to taking intervention. All Early Childhood teachers should have the knowledge and strategies of identifying dyslexia at an early age.  DOK

  • Set an example for reading. Address the problem early if you suspect your child has dyslexia
  • Read aloud to your child. It’s best if you start when your child is quite young
  • Work with your child’s school.
  • Encourage reading time and home and school.

Who is it for?

DOK recognizes the need for teachers in the pre-schools and lower grade classes to understand and identify dyslexia and other learning difficulties early in a child’s life. Children with dyslexia should learn and are found in mainstream schools and teachers need to understand the learning needs of every individual child

Therefore we

Conduct seminars and workshops for parents, teachers, and other groups to sensitize the participants on early identification and intervention of dyslexia and other co-occurring learning difficulties. Planned Seminars and workshops are conducted across counties.

DOK recognizes the need for teachers in the pre-schools and lower grade classes to understand and identify dyslexia and other learning difficulties early in a child’s life. Children with dyslexia should learn and are found in mainstream schools and teachers need to understand the learning needs of every individual child

Early identification of dyslexia and in deed all learning difficulties is very critical in offering timed intervention