Workshop for Parents/Teachers on Teaching Students with Dyslexia

This workshop will help you gain greater understanding about dyslexia and teaching strategies on working memory processes and reading processes in English and Bahasa.

Date: 27th May 2017 (Saturday)
Time: 9.30 am to 12.30 noon
Venue: 348, Jalan Haruan 5/8, Oakland Commercial Centre 2, 70300 Seremban.

Trainer: Ms. Tracy Tai

Ms Tracy Tai is the founder of Chrysalis Special Needs Centre for Learning Difficulties, Seremban. She first graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Applied Science from National University of Malaysia (UKM) in 1999. She then followed her passion in teaching pupils with special needs and henceforth, started her pursuit in a career in Special Education in 2004. She then graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Special Education in 2008 from Flinders University Australia and has completed her Master of Arts in Special Educational Needs from the Roehampton University (London), Fontys University (Netherlands) and Charles University (Prague) in 2009. Her work experiences encompass early intervention and remediation for young children and school age students in various learning difficulties which include autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), attention deficit disorder (ADD), dyslexia, slow learner, global developmental delay, Down syndrome, etc. She has had research experience in educational research work at National Institute of Education (NIE, Singapore), Nanyang Technological University (NTU).

Workshop Outline

  • Understanding dyslexia and its characteristics
  • Working Memory and how it affects learning in students with dyslexia
  • Reading processes and teaching strategies to help students to read

Target Audience
Allied health professionals, Principals, special needs educators, primary school teachers, kindergarten teachers, and parents/ caregivers.

Early birds (before 15 May 2017) : RM 80
After 16th May 2017 : RM 120
Closing date : 25th May 2017

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