Learning support education 402

Module code JLD 402
Qualification Postgraduate
Faculty Faculty of Education
Module content

To facilitate knowledge and understanding of inclusion and insight into the causes of barriers to learning. The module focuses on the basic identification of learning difficulties and elementary diagnostic assessment to determine the underlying causes thereof, as well as intervention strategies in order to successfully address learning barriers across phases using the School-based Support system and curriculum differentiation. The student will learn how to adapt the curriculum for learners experiencing problems (including learners with disabilities or special needs) and how to support these learners in building a positive self-esteem by providing opportunities for learning success and in doing so enabling the learners to believe in their own abilities.

Module credits 6.00
NQF Level 07
Prerequisites As per PGCE entrance requirements.
Language of tuition Module is presented in English
Department Educational Psychology
Period of presentation Year

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