Support for School Students with Severe Learning Difficulties
RWTH to host talk on inclusion at school.
On November 7, 2018, Professor Matthias Grünke from the University of Cologne will give a talk on the topic of “Effective Support for Children and Young People with Severe Learning Difficulties.” The trained Montessori educator and behavior therapist will present scientifically proven principles that help school students with special educational needs to close gaps in learning.
As Grünke explains, pupils with dyslexia, dyscalculia, and other specific learning difficulties can be effectively supported.
The lecture and subsequent discussion, which will be held in German, is hosted by the "Diversity" Teaching and Research Department at the RWTH Institute of Education Science.
The event is scheduled to take place at 6:30pm, Room 1010/101, Templergraben 55. Teachers, parents, as well as the interested public are invited to attend.
Source: Press and Communications