Introduction video

WEBINAR - Dyslexia in the Inclusive Classroom

Presenter: Carine Steenkamp (previously Mays) Dyslexia Specialist Author of “Dyslexia in the Classroom: A Guide for Educators in SA”

R 350


This Course Includes

4 Hours Learning Content
Assessment
Virtual Instructor Led Training

Accreditation

SACE CPTD - 5 Points

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  • Description

    The Course Fee includes:

     Part 1 & Part 2 + Course Notes

    There are TWO dates and times available. When you click ENROL you will select your preferred Date & Time.

    DATE OPTION 1:

    Wednesday 28 October (Part 1) & Thursday 29 Oct (Part 2)

    PART 1: Wednesday 28 October 2020

    Time: 13h00 - 15h00

    PART 2: Thursday 29 October

    Time: 13h00 - 15h00

    DATE OPTION 2:

    Saturday 14 November (Part 1 & 2)

    PART 1: Saturday 14 November 2020

    Time: 8h00 - 10h00

    PART 2: Saturday 14 November 2020

    Time: 10h20 - 12h00

    Bulk enrolments for schools:

    CONTACT Kay Pienaar for enrolment procedure.

    Email: teacherworkshops@outlook.com

    • Enrol ASAP - only 50 seats available per workshop.
    • Enrolments close on 27 October 2020.
    • Course Notes must be downloaded immediately after your payment was acknowledged.
    • To receive a Certificate: Attend and complete both Part 1 & Part 2 and the Assessment at the end of Part 2. 
    • Certificates will be emailed 7 business days after Part 2 of the Course.
    • Earn 5 CPTD Points (if you are registered with SACE). Final year/4th year Education students in SA will also earn CPTD points.
    • To receive CPTD points: Attend and complete both Part 1 & Part 2 and complete the compulsory Assessment after Part 2.

     

    Here is exactly what we cover in this course:

    This Workshop takes you on a powerful journey through the life of a dyslexic learner. It will change the way you perceive dyslexics.

    An invaluable experience for all Teachers, Education students, Therapists, and Parents:

    •              Know why dyslexics struggle.

    •              Understand their way of processing information.

    •              Experience how they feel in the classroom.

    •              Be equipped to identify possible dyslexics.

    •              Use these new-found tools to touch and change the life of the dyslexic learner in your professional environment.

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