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Remedial Instructions For Primary School Children With Specific Learning Difficulty

The basic course on Remedial Instructions For Primary School Children With Specific Learning Difficulty empowers primary school teachers to provide active support to the children in their class with mild to moderate Specific Learning Difficulty or Dyslexia.

This is a 7 week online course developed by Madras Dyslexia Association, produced by NPTEL- IIT Madras. The course content, if conducted as a contact program, would take about 9 working days to complete.

Course features
          • Free
          • Modular
          • Short sessions
          • Self-paced
          • Essential knowledge on Dyslexia
          • Strategies that can help a child with Dyslexia cope with difficulties in reading, spelling, writing and mathematics
          • Activities/assessment at end of a session to help in assimilation
          • Optional-paid online exam that includes
            • MCQ
            • Animated short case studies that simulate difficulties of a child with Dyslexia
          • For any clarifications or to join the next batch pl write to: e.course.mda@gmail.com
          • INSTRUCTIONS FOR JOINING COURSE:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pdBeZAZ0kkS7WRTW_Islej0EBcLi99dd/view?usp=sharing


                             

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A group of parents of children with dyslexia, educationists empathetic to the cause, and philanthropists founded MDA in 1992. Madras Dyslexia Association (MDA) is a non-profit service organization established to take a pragmatic approach to helping children with “Dyslexia”.

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