Learning support experts play a crucial role in many children’s development. Not immediately apparent to new parents, these experts will be abe to diagnose developmental issues on mental, emotional, physical, cognitive states and treat them.
The Singapore Ministry of Education (MOE) provides allied educators in all government primary and secondary schools to support and nurture students who struggle with their learning. The team of allied educators include the School Counsellors, AED (Learning and Behavioural Support), Relief Allied Educator (READ), Outdoor Adventure Educator and the Student Welfare Officers.
Primary 1 and 2 students who require support in their English and Math learning will be pulled out from their classes to join the Learning Support Programme (LSP), a smaller group where a specially trained teacher will help improve the students’ competency in these subjects. On the other hand, the learning and behavioural support allied educators help those suffering from speical needs, such as dyslexia, autism, asperger and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Parents should, however, arrest any learning problem and developmental concern in their children as early as the problems are detected, way before the children enter Primary 1.
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