Illustrative method

The Illustrative method helps children with learning difficulties, regardless of their age and mental potential. Through illustrations, memorization of spelling is much easier because pictures replace letters. It is an original method to which the student responds to happily and with success.

Multisensory approach

The multisensory approach is a complete intervention programme that concerns, amongst others, children with learning difficulties. The aim is to improve memory, concentration, visual and acoustic distinction, through stimulation and use of senses, such as touch, hearing and vision. Due to this feedback, the child’s interest is aroused, resulting in a very good cooperation between the child and the special educator.

Use of programmes on a PC

In today’s society, the use of programmes on a PC, through special software, is necessary for children with learning difficulties and neurobiological disorders. With the selection of appropriate programmes, according to the dynamic and the needs of each student, the learning procedure becomes easier. Visual and acoustic stimuli, the frequent appearance of the text and the great variety in activities, motivate children and help them to function freely without stress. Furthermore, the educational use of multimedia helps, in a very important way, in understanding meanings and in the development of the student’s thought.