Supporting Children with Special Needs in Classroom (K1&K2)

Provided by SEED Institute - One of the National Institute of Early Childhood Development’s (NIEC) Campuses from 2019 新苗师范学院 - 将于2019年起隶属国立幼儿培育教育学院

Course introduction


This workshop shares information on what are some of the different types of diagnosed additional needs in young children.  It focuses on identifying the strengths and abilities of these children so as to help understand and guide them better.  Participants will also find out ways of including these children effectively in their classroom settings.
This hands-on and interactive workshop plans to involve participants through sharing, group discussions and video viewing session to help enhance their understanding and knowledge of young children with additional needs.
At the end of the workshop participants will:
1. recognize some of the diagnosed additional needs in young children
2. be better aware of the strengths and abilities of these children
3. apply at least 3 techniques effectively in their classroom to guide these children positively.

Curriculum Overview

Programme Structure

Trainer's Profile

Zahirah Bee has been in the Early childhood field for 22 years, she holds a Master in Special education and is currently pursuing her 2nd Master in Counseling and Guidance. She is someone who believes in establishing possible learning experiences in class for both children and adults.

Fees & Funding

Full Fee : $85.60
Alumni : $77.04
“Self-sponsored applicants who are NTUC members enjoy UTAP funding of up to 50% claim on unfunded programme fee capped at $250 per year. Prevailing terms & conditions apply.”