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Teach Children with Learning Disabilities. A Practical Guide

Insights into the neurobiology behind various learning issues – How learning is hindered & how to improve learning.
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Created by Nadine Shome
Last updated 4/2014
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What Will I Learn?
By the end of this program, you will:
Have greater understanding of the neurobiology behind various learning difficulties
Be able to identify effective teaching methodologies for children with learning difficulties
Have an overall understanding of the Reminds' holistic approach to learning difficulties.
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  • This program has sound.
  • An interest and commitment in assisting children with learning difficulties to reach their full potential
  • A desire to learn WHY children children with learning difficulties are not learning optimally in order to learn HOW to assist them.

This one hour program provides insights into the neurobiology behind various learning difficulties and how learning may be hindered in the brain, thereby allowing parents and teachers to make better decisions and judgments on appropriate teaching methodologies for children with learning difficulties.
The program is based on the unique REMINDS framework. That is, REMINDS is our company name and acronym for the unique REMINDS approach to learning difficulties:

R - Research (The neurobiology behind various learning difficulties)

E - Evaluating Test Results

M - Medical

I - In the Home

N - Negotiating Treatments and Therapies

D - Delivery on Academics

S - Savouring Successes

This program will discuss each of these factors in the REMINDS framework.

Who is the target audience?
  • Teachers and parents of children with learning disabilities/difficulties.
  • Teacher aides, special education teachers
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 19 Lectures Collapse All 19 Lectures 56:28
1 Lecture 01:03
The REMINDS Framework for Learning Difficulties
1 Lecture 04:54
R - Research
8 Lectures 25:45

Auditory Processing Disorder

Visual Processing Difficulties

Sensory Integration

The Autism Spectrum

Section 3 - Changing of Brainwave States

Section 3 - The Key
E - Evaluating Test Results
1 Lecture 04:24
E - Evaluating Test Results
M - Medical
1 Lecture 02:07
M - Medical
I - In the Home
1 Lecture 02:42
In the Home
Section 7 - Negotiating Treatments and Therapies
1 Lecture 06:37
Negotiating Treatments and Therapies
D - Delivering on Academics
3 Lectures 06:22
Delivering on Academics - The Deadly M's


S - Savouring Successes
1 Lecture 01:53
End of the Program and Further Resources
1 Lecture 00:41
About the Instructor
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Principal Trainer at ReMinds

Nadine Shome has been working in the training sector for more than 18 years in both Australia and South East Asia. For more than a decade, she had a successful training business known as Excelerated Training that conducted various training programs to corporations.

As the mother of a child with learning difficulties, she has firsthand experience dealing with many challenges faced by parents of children with learning difficulties. She understands the enormity of the task and the overwhelming feeling and lack of direction often experience.

Through extensive research, Nadine developed the Reminds framework for dealing with learning difficulties providing information, strategies and options to make the best decisions for these children through each stage of the learning difficulties process.

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