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SAP Educates School Girls on Study Skills

Abigail, 14: "I like the study skills training very much. All the sessions, thus, using the mind mapping to create our own study skills and the quiz on learning styles were individual-based so it gave me the chance to learn something new about myself."

Elorm, 12: "The training was very useful. I now know the type of learner I'm and the best ways I can learn better. I thought the mind mapping would be difficult but when we started doing the exercise, I realised it was very simple."

These were comments shared by some girls who benefited from SAP's training on mind mapping and study skills.

The girls were part of 37 participants in the Adolescent Female Convention 2018 organised by the Smiling Hearts Foundation at the Pentecost Convention Centre, Kasoa, Nyanyano.

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Children Share their Views on SAP's Vacation Classes

About 40 school children participated
in SAP's special vacation classes for
children with learning difficulties this
year.

The children from different private and public schools were assessed for their learning problems.

Individualised Education Plans were
then developed for each child with the
aim of aligning teaching with the
learning needs of the child to enable him/her learn better.

Some of the children have been sharing their views on the classes:

Benjamin, 10: "I don't get the attention I need to learn in school. When I attended this classes, teachers here take their
time to teach and explain things to me.
"I can now pronounce words I didn't
know, spell and read sentences. I can
also write sentences myself using the words I have learnt like can, for, me, my, map, where."
 

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SAP Conducts Assessment for Children in iRead Camp

SAP partnered iRead Ghana Foundation (iReadGH) to conduct assessment for children who attended the iRead Summer Camp 2018 in Accra.
 
About 30 children aged 6 and above, from Primary through Junior High were assessed for their reading and writing skills.
 
According to Mr. Moses Obuobi, Special Educator at SAP, who carried out the exercise, "the assessment focuses on the reading and writing proficiency 
of individual children.

"If the assessment indicates that a child falls below reading grade level, we will make a recommendation for an individualised education intervention based on the outcome of the assessment to the child's parent"
 
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