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Dyslexia is the most common learning disability aﬀecting nearly 10% of school children. It is a condition where children are unable to acquire skills related to read- ing, writing and spelling despite possessing the required intelligence, being exposed to a conventional classroom curriculum and in the absence of sensory deﬁcits in vision and hearing.
Early identiﬁcation of literacy problems that may be indicative of a learning disability, allows for timely and eﬀective remedial intervention. Such intervention enables persons to cope with academic challenges better and can make the diﬀerence between failing to achieve desired academic outcomes and substantially improved academic performance.
Introducing Pearson Academy India’s Learning Diﬃculty Assessment Workshop for students of Psychology. Pearson in association with PsychSpace presents a training on:
- Raven’s Educational CPM/CVS INDIA
- Dyslexia Screening Test -JuniorINDIA
- Hands – on training on two different assessments
- Learn from two different professional experts.
- Get certificates on both trainings Handouts and learning materials Exposure on psychometric assessments of Pearson
The training will focus on the following:
Screen children with reading and spell- ing diﬃculties with Dyslexia Screening Test-Junior, India Edition (DST-J INDIA)
Dyslexia Screening Test – Junior, India Edition is a powerful screening test developed for use in India, to identify school children who show reading and spelling diﬃculties which may be indicative of dyslexia. The DST-J INDIA is easy to administer and can be used by school teachers, special educators and school counsellors.
Raven’s Educational – CPM/CVSINDIA
The Coloured Progressive Matrices pro- vide an assessment of non-verbal ability, an important feature for a linguistically and culturally diverse population such as that of India. The Crichton Vocabulary Scales provide an assessment of verbal ability.
Children showing signs of reading and spelling diﬃculty despite having age- appropriate intellectual ability could be at risk for literacy problems or dyslex- ia and need to be evaluated further for these diﬃculties.
About the Trainers:
Dikshita Choudhury is working with Pearson India in the training division as a Senior Content Development Administrator. She has a graduate degree in Psychology from Delhi University and a post-graduate degree in Psychology from SNDT Women’s University Mumbai. Further she has a B.Ed. degree and is currently pursuing her PhD in Psychology. Ms. Dikshita has over 6 years’ experience in teaching, training, and research in the field of mental health.
Priyanka Bhattacharjee is a RCI Licensed Clinical Psychologist and have been practicing for the past 8 years. She is a two-time Gold Medal Awardee in Post – Graduation and MPhil. She is also currently serving as the State President of Assam Mental Health Council, WICCI, and recently she has been recognized for her exemplary contribution in the field of Mental Health by Ashiruktih Foundation, Assam.
She founded PsychSpace, a mental health organization in the year 2020, with the aim of making mental health services more available, accessible and affordable. It extensively provides mental health services of counselling, training and internship.