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Catalysing change for persons with Specific Learning Difficulties

Transforming schools.
Empowering parents. Nurturing children.

Did you know that 14% per cent of all school children suffer from learning disorders? In every classroom there are likely to be children with Specific Learning Difficulties. Children with Specific Learning Difficulties can do well in school if they are given the right learning support. Not just children but adults are affected but are not aware that their learning problems are caused by disabilities. However, very few schools offer adequate learning support to pupils and students with Specific Learning Difficulties. At workplaces there is even lesser recognition and support for adults with Learning Difficulties.
Current and upcoming continuous professional development courses in Gurgaon
We partnered with UK-based experts and organisations in bringing you practice-based continuous professional development courses. Our training courses are designed to help you practice techniques in class room situations and bring your experiences back to the training for evaluation. Taking a Kratu training course means a long-term engagment with the organisation through new updates, refreshers and peer group support from India and the UK.
  1. 1st-5th November 2017
    How Special Education Needs Coordinators (SENCO's) can support learners with dyslexia
    This course is suitable for Special Education Needs coordinators who manage SEN provision. Duration: 5 full days 9.00 am-5.00pm Course Fee: Rs.20,000 per participant
    Course Outline: The professional context of an effective SENCO's role; Assessment-best practice; Visual stress-how to undertake a basic screening; Strategies for teachers to utilize in their teaching; Case studies-finding solutions; Writing and individual education plan (IEP); Monitoring a child's progress.
  2. 8th-12th November 2017
    Supporting with literacy and Numeracy for persons with Specific Learning Difficulties
    This course is for teaching assistants, parents, and those who support persons with learning difficulties: Duration: 5 full days 9.00 am-5.00pm Course Fee: Rs.20,000 per participant
    Course Outline: Overview of learning barriers-understanding learning differences; Reasonable adjustments that can be made in a classroom; Learning styles and multi-sensory teaching; Supporting reading, writing, spelling, comprehension and numeracy; Collaborative working in the classroom; Providing purposeful evaluation.
  3. 17th-19th November 2017
    Strategic Leadership of SEN
    This course if for senior leadership of the school responsible for strategy, policy and inclusive education. Duration: 3 full days 9.00 am-5.00pm Course Fee: Rs.30,000 per participant
    Course Outline: Strategic leadership for SEN: Expectations of the roles and functions of the senior leadership team; Building a dynamic team and maximizing the impact of teaching staff; Whole School Approach to SEN; Understanding the implications for teaching and learning for pupils with specific learning difficulties and its impacts on school learning outcomes.
  4. 13th-16th November 2017
    Overview of Dyslexia and Learning Difficulties
    This course is for anyone interested to learn about dyslexia and specific learning difficulties. It can be delivered in schools or in our training rooms. Duration: 31/2 session Course fee: Rs.5000 per participant
    Course Outline: Overview of Dyslexia and Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD); Impact on Learning; Reasonable adjustments that can be made in learning settings; Understanding the profile of learner with specific learning difficulties; Strategies for teachers to utilise in their teaching; Case studies-finding solutions.
  5. 22nd-26th November 2017
    Understanding and Supporting persons with dyslexia and Learning Difficulties
    This course helps class teachers to enhance their skills and make teaching more effective and fun fun Duration: 5 full days 9.00 am-5.00pm Course Fee: Rs.20,000 per participant
    Course Outline: Overview of neurodiverse profiles-identification and response; Reasonable adjustments in the classroom; Visual stress-how to undertake basic screening; Strategies to utilize in teaching; Case studies-finding solutions; Collaborative working in classrooms between teachers and teaching assistants.
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Did you know that 14% per cent of all school children suffer from learning disorders? In every classroom there are likely to be children with Specific Learning Difficulties. Children with Specific Learning Difficulties can do well in school if they are given the right learning support. Not just children but adults are affected but are not aware that their learning problems are caused by disabilities. However, very few schools offer adequate learning support to pupils and students with Specific Learning Difficulties. At workplaces there is even lesser recognition and support for adults with Learning Difficulties.


ConsultancyY

Kratu provides consultancy services to schools and work places
Our experts from India and the United Kingdom provide ongoing support and advise to schools and work places in creating appropriate infrastructure and in designing policies geared towards helping persons with learning difficulties to live a productive life
Our consultancy services include:
  • Whole School Approach
  • Policy Development
  • Strategy
  • Individual Education Plan Development
  • Evaluation
  • Infrastructure Design
  • Team Facilitation


AssessmentsY

Learning Difficulty Assessment
Does your child struggle with reading, spelling or writing? Do they mix up letters or jumble their sentences? Or perhaps they have trouble with numbers, symbols and maths? If so, they may suffer from a specific learning disorder, such as dyslexia or dyscalculia. Learning difficulties can severely hinder your child’s learning and enjoyment of school. This can lead to low self-esteem, anxiety or even depression. If you suspect that your child suffers from any type of learning difficulty, such as dyslexia, it is important to accurately identify the underlying problems and put in place effective intervention programs and strategies as early as possible in their education. The first step towards helping your child reach their full potential is to have them assessed by an Educational and Developmental Psychologist. This includes testing for dyslexia and the broader spectrum of learning difficulties.
What Does a Learning Difficulty Assessment Include?
You will receive:
  • An initial review of your child’s cognitive, social, family and emotional history
  • Standardised cognitive (IQ) test
  • Standardised achievement (academic) test
  • Other relevant assessment tools
  • Detailed assessment report
  • Tailored learning recommendations for school and home
  • Comprehensive feedback session to answer all your questions

The combined results from these tests provide insights that cannot be obtained by using any single test.

Cognitive testing identifies any underlying weaknesses in key skills such as:
  • Processing speed
  • Auditory processing
  • Verbal learning issues
  • Non-verbal learning issues

Achievement testing measures abilities in key academic areas such as:
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Spelling
  • Mathematics
  • Oral language
Here are some reasons to consider a Learning Difficulty Assessment for your child:
  • To discover what their learning potential is.
  • To reveal their “learning profile” – showing their particular strengths and weaknesses.
  • To find out if they have a learning disorder in reading, writing, maths or attention.
  • To identify the specific learning strategies and types of support they are most likely to benefit from – at home and at school.
  • To help them gain insight into their own learning ability.
  • So you can make informed decisions about their education.