Chennai has been a leader in the field of special education for many years. School teachers and parents are quite sensitive to the problem of learning difficulties and are now willing to seek professional help. The field of special education is short of trained and committed professionals. The problem is accentuated by the fact that the process is very effort and time intensive.
Diksa, a centre set up by Sudha Ganesh to help children with learning disabilities through one-to-one remediation in reading, writing, spelling and arithmetic has been offering a one month tutor training course to help and prepare tutors interested in obtaining specific skills to teach children with learning difficulties. Diksa has announced its fourth Tutor training course. This one-month course includes class-room inputs, observation of actual remedial work and hands-on training in remedial teaching. Upon successful completion, teachers may choose to work in a full-time remedial school or take up one-to-one remedial work from home, after adequate on-the-job training and guidance.
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