LRC Workshops

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 Intensive Learning Coach Course

Introduction to Child Development, Learning and Education

  

 

The Learning Resource Center (LRC) announces that the LRC’s Intensive Learning Coach Course (ILCC) will be conducted in Maadi, from April 3rd, 2017.

 

The ILCC focuses on the child and his/her learning within a school setting.  During the 11 sessions, participants will first consider how children learn and the underlying abilities that support their learning. 

 

The course targets staff working in the regular school program and aims to increase their understanding of how children learn and will support teaching in an inclusive classroom.  Parents will also find it useful as it will make a difference in the way they understand their children's learning and development.

 

Participants receive a certificate on completion of the course requirements. 

Please find attached the sessions’ titles, with a short synopsis, in addition to the schedule of sessions.

 

Looking forward to your participation. Please feel free to forward this e-mail to anyone who might be interested.

 

For further inquiries, please call Moataz Kabesh at 01212833317

 

Target Audience: Teachers, assistant teachers, parents, or others interested in children’s learning.

 

Venues:           Maadi 

Learning Resource Center (LRC)

9 Road 278

(First right after Peking Restaurant, off Al Nasr St)

New Maadi | Cairo | Egypt

 

Duration:        All sessions will run 2 hours from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.

 

Cost: LE 2350 (Payment in cash, with credit card, or direct deposit into our bank account. Please check attachment for your preference).

 

Best regards,

 

Moataz Kabesh

Training Services Coordinator

Learning Resource Center (LRC)

Mobile: (+2012) 12833317| Office: (+2) 25163965 or 67

9 Road 278 | First right after Peking Restaurant |Off Al Nasr St|

New Maadi | Cairo | Egypt

   

 

 

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Intensive Learning Coach Course

​The Learning Resource Center (LRC) is glad to announce that registration is currently open for the "Intensive Learning Coach Course", which will run from April 3th, 2017 to May 25th, 2017 at the LRC premises in New Maadi.

 

 

 

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