Inclusive Education and Learning Disability

Inclusive Education and Learning Disability
Dr. Sulata Shenoy, Director, Turning Point, Bangalore, www.turningpointcentre.com Every parent has hopes and dreams for their child, and often these can be shattered when the child gets diagnosed with Learning Disability.  Often the L.D. child has difficulty at school not only in reading, comprehension, writing, oral and written expression, languages and mathematics but also social ...

Guest Post: Why is inclusion important?

Guest Post: Why is inclusion important?
  Jennifer Tavares, Counselor and Special Educator, www.pledgeacademy.in When the school your child studies in calls you and politely tells you that your child is a “slow learner” or learns differently from “other children” your heart and mind just stops thinking and you begin to feel that this is the end for your child…you also ...

Guest Post: Every Child can Achieve

Guest Post: Every Child can Achieve
By Dr. Ali Khwaja, Counsellor, Life Skills Coach and founder of Banjara Academy   Beethoven handled the violin awkwardly and preferred playing his own compositions instead of improving his technique. His teacher called him hopeless as a composer. Charles Darwin, father of the theory of evolution, gave up a medical career and wrote in his ...