Course
Thematic Course on Supporting Students with SEN 2022/2023
Thematic Course on Supporting Students with SEN

(EDB Course code: SE002023)
(60~72 hours, 10~12 days)

The Thematic Courses aim at enhancing the teaching competency in teaching students with various types of special needs. Participants will further review the characteristics, educational needs, supporting strategies, curriculum accommodation, teaching resources, behaviour management, team work and community support for a particular category of students with special needs. The learning will be both of theoretical and practical in nature.
 

 

No. of hours

Thematic Course on Supporting Students with SEN – Cognition and Learning Needs (Facilitating Chinese Language Learning - Focusing on the needs of students with Specific Learning Difficulties)

72 hours, 12 days

Thematic Course on Supporting Students with SEN – Cognition and Learning Needs (Facilitating English Language Learning - Focusing on the needs of students with Specific Learning Difficulties)

72 hours, 12 days

Thematic Course on Supporting Students with SEN - Cognition and Learning Needs (Focusing on academically low achievers - including those with Intellectual Disability)

60 hours, 10 days

Thematic Course on Supporting Students with SEN - Behavioural, Emotional and Social Development Needs (Focusing on the needs of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder)

60 hours, 10 days

Thematic Course on Supporting Students with SEN - Behavioural, Emotional and Social Development Needs (Focusing on the needs of students with Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder)

60 hours, 10 days

Thematic Course on Supporting Students with SEN - Behavioural, Emotional and Social Development Needs (Focusing on the needs of students with Mental Illness - SECONDARY)

60 hours, 10 days

Thematic Course on Supporting Students with SEN - Behavioural, Emotional and Social Development Needs (Focusing on the needs of students with Mental Illness - PRIMARY)

60 hours, 10 days

 

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