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Viewing event › Dyslexia and other learning differences: Executive Functioning, Attention, Self Esteem and Metacognition

  • Dates: 2021-06-16 - 2021-06-17
  • Time Start/End: 09:00/12:31
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  • Fee:
    • Member: $2,280.00 HKD
    • Student member: $2,280.00 HKD
    • Non-member: $2,280.00 HKD
  • Online application via HKAST is not available.
Dates: 16 and 17 June 2021 (Wed and Thu)
Time: 9.00am – 12.30pm (Singapore Standard Time GMT+0800)
Venue: Live Online

Although dyslexia is usually associated with reading there can be other issues that may prevent the learner from fulfilling their potential. These include the areas that will be covered in this course: executive functioning, attention, metacognition and self-esteem. These area in fact can impact on all learners at some point so the course can be applicable to those who are not necessarily diagnosed with dyslexia but may have some issues with learning in general. This course can also be suitable for adults with dyslexia and those working with college and university students and adults.

The aim of this course is therefore to enhance participants understanding of issues that can impact on learning and can be extremely relevant to children and adults with dyslexia and other learning differences.

Course Fee:

Early Bird (31 Mar 2021): S$350

Normal (Till full): S$400

For more and registration:https://mcusercontent.com/01bbcaa6e81a377c662c1f8c1/files/34daa065-fc2b-448a-ab30-2ec193d67b71/2021_Emailer_Dr_Gavin_Reid_Dyslexia_and_other_learning_differences_Executive_Functioning_Attention_Self_Esteem_and_Metacognition_June_2021.pdf

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