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  • VAK Learner types - Quiz
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    VAK Learner types - Quiz

    The VAK Learning Styles Model was developed by psychologists to categorise the most common ways in which people learn. According to the model, most of us learn in one of three ways: visual, auditory or kinaesthetic. This quiz will help define which learner style you are and will take about 10mins to get through

  • Signs of Autism Spectrum Disorder
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    Signs of Autism Spectrum Disorder

    It’s a challenge to spot early signs of Autism Spectrum disorder. Parents/guardians are in the best position to do so in their children. They are the first responders to all of their child’s needs, be it behavioural, psychological, emotional or physical. 

     

  • Reversing Autism: The Nemechek Protocol

    Reversing Autism: The Nemechek Protocol

    Reversing Autism and its effects are not known to all. Most people agree that there is no cure for autism and so they approach Autism Spectrum Disorder in a way that looks at the management of symptoms or development of skills and supports through behavioural and educational therapy.

  • Inclusion in Education and Training
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    Inclusion in Education and Training

    Gone are the days when students with SEN (Special Educational Needs) were not permitted to attend regular schools instead it was believed that they were not capable of receiving education or were sent to a special institution.

    In the American legislation, the roots of inclusion came out of the Civil Rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s. In 1954, the Supreme Court observed in Brown v. Board of Education, that, “separate … facilities are inherently unequal.”

  • Thinking Style: What are the Five Thinking Styles?

    Thinking Style: What are the Five Thinking Styles?

    Thinking style is the way of processing information. It involves organising thoughts, forming views and opinions and applying personal values to solve problems and make decisions to express oneself to others.

    We employ different ways of thinking that ranges from some learners taking a creative approach and others adopting an analytical one. While all learners are different and have unique minds, our tendencies are summed up into five recognised thinking styles: synthesists, idealists, pragmatists, analyst or problem solvers.