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Educational-Technical Course on Learning Disruptions for Teachers of Grade 1 Classes in Primary Schools

The workshop on “Educational-Technical Course on Learning Disruptions for Teachers of Grade 1 Classes in Primary Schools” was organized through the efforts of the Disability Association of Tavana (DAT) and the Education Department of Qazvin Province.


The workshop on “Educational-Technical Course on Learning Disruptions for Teachers of Grade 1 Classes in Primary Schools” was organized through the efforts of the Disability Association of Tavana (DAT) and the Education Department of Qazvin Province.

According to the Public Relations Department of DAT, it has been agreed upon to hold educational and technical courses for the enhancement of scientific and technical potentials of grade 1 teachers in primary schools through the cooperation of the Disability Association of Tavana and the Education Department of Qazvin Province.  Such courses are organized in order to draw the attention of school authorities to students which have special needs.

This course was organized in order to elevate the capabilities of teachers of grade 1 classes and help them identify the learning problems of their students.

The workshop on “Educational-Technical Course on Learning Disruptions for Teachers of Grade 1 Classes in Primary Schools” was concentrated on the introduction and assessment of educational practices through educational tools and the participant teachers received free-of-charge education material packages.

Mahnaz Golban, one of the teachers who participated in this course, elaborated on the importance of organizing such courses and said: “I have been a teacher of grade one classes in primary schools since 18 years ago. This is the first time that such an even has been organized through DAT initiatives in order to enhance the potentials of teachers.”

She pointed out: “Participation in such courses can be quite useful because these courses encourage teachers to pay special attention to their students and help them increase their expertise and knowledge in identifying learning disruptions among their students.”

Referring to the tremendous content of materials presented for teachers in this course, Globan added: “This year, I have 7 students with special needs in my class and participation in this educational and technical course was quite useful for me.”

She said: “Grade 1 of the primary school has a specific importance, because, during this stage, students should proximate to their teacher, consider her as their own mother, and enjoy being in the school.”

“By using educational packages that I have received in this workshop, I am going to organize extra classes for students that have special needs. Fortunately, these students have experienced fantastic developments,” Golban concluded.

Mahdieh Qara’ati Fard, another teacher of grade 1 classes who was also a participant in the workshop on “Educational-Technical Course on Learning Disruptions for Teachers of Grade 1 Classes in Primary Schools” said: “This is the first year that I have been a teacher for grade 1 classes in primary schools and participation in such courses can be quite useful for those teachers who have little experience and are considered as newcomers into this arena.”

She pointed out: “This year, I have 3 students who are suffering from learning disruptions and fortunately I came across good ideas in this workshop and I hope that these ideas can help me tackle with the problems of such students.”

“Holding such training courses is a very good and special initiative and I hope such efforts continue and special attention be paid to grade 1 classes in primary schools,” Mahdieh Qara’ati Fard concluded.

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Saturday 2018/2/10

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