DAV School | A three-day seminar on neuro inclusion. From Friday through Sunday. DAV School ran a three-day workshop and training session on neuro inclusion with a focus on teachers. The school estimates that 20% of the world’s population is neurodivergent, and neurodivergent academics think that they ought to receive instruction differently.
The school claims that throughout the three days of training, Joel S. Godi would instruct the participants on how to recognize neuro-divergent pupils and how to encourage them. Although the global educational system has been successful in meeting the demands of the bulk of the people, according to French trainer Catherine Guimard, the idea of neuro-inclusion is still novel, especially in industrialized nations. She added that it is wonderful news that Nepalis are interested in this topic.
Dr. Bhuvaneshwari Rao, the principal of DAV School, expressed her belief that every kid should have the chance to learn joyfully in the classroom and that the idea of neuro-inclusion will give the students the chance to reach their full potential. Watali Phillips, the founder of Neurogifted in Australia, Sarah Lewis, the founder of Ward Defrently in the UK, and S’Edeni Elizabeth Wiklander have all participated in the seminar.
The president of DAV School, Anil Kedia, expressed optimism that Nepal will experience an educational awakening as a result of this program. The chairman further disclosed that starting with the following academic term, a neurodivergent curriculum will be developed and the current teaching methodology will be used. World-renowned researchers, businessmen, artists, and other experts are neurodivergent, according to the study, according to the main trainer Joel.
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