Talemia conducted on Monday, October 17, 2016 at its headquarters in Riyadh, a specialized workshop entitled “Assessment, Evaluation and Programming System (AEPS) for children below the age of six”. The workshop lasted for two days with the participation of a number of female trainees. This workshop comes as part of activities of the Special Education Development Program at Talemia.
Ahmad Al-Tamimi, a professor at King Saud University, conducted the workshop, which has completed its practical part this week, while it completed the theoretical part last week. The workshop has stressed the practical part of the system through introducing and discussing a range of activities and duties.
The workshop aims to introduce the (AEPS) system: its history, development and how to apply it. It’s clear that this system is very important since it constitutes an integrated curriculum in Arabic about the early intervention with the disabled children. The system comes as part of the need of the early intervention field for standardized programs to work with disabled children who are at the age of early intervention.
A number of female trainees have participated in the workshop, where they represented (the Intervention Center teachers, the teachers of the Inclusive Education Kindergartens, the teachers of the Inclusive Education Schools, teachers of autism, a group of supervisors who work for the Curriculum Department along with ones from the Special Education Public Administration)