Remedial Learning and Cogmed – A Solution to Challenges in Memory Function

Remedial Learning and Cogmed

Remedial learning and Cogmed have demonstrated amazing results in improving the memory function of young learners. This article will explain all you need to know with amazing resources for further reading. Memory and learning are integral to each other. While you are learning, you are making new memories. There is another way of expressing it: … Read more

Understanding Your Child’s Learning Style: A Guide for Parents

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Every child has a unique way of processing and understanding information. Recognising and understanding your child’s learning style can be a game-changer in their educational journey.  Knowing your child’s dominant learning style can help them learn effectively and lead to better results. It also allows you to pinpoint specific strengths and weaknesses in your child’s … Read more

Choosing the Right Remedial School for Your Child in South Africa

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Every parent wants to make the right choice when providing the best education for their children. Finding the right school can be even more important for children facing learning difficulties or educational barriers.  In South Africa, several remedial schools cater to the unique needs of pupils with learning challenges. This comprehensive guide will explore the … Read more

Grade 6 Maths Milestones for Strong Minds!

Grade 6 Maths Milestones

What are the Grade 6 Maths milestones your children should reach in this important year of primary schooling? By the time your child is in Grade 6, they will have a grasp of the functions of Maths. In Grade 6, their grasp of these will be deepened and expanded. Mental Maths will be strengthened. Numbers, operations, and … Read more

Auditory Processing Disorder – What It Is and How Remedial Schooling Can Help

Auditory Processing Disorder

Does your child have Auditory Processing Disorder? We can help. Since 1966, Japari’s passion has been to help students that have remedial needs. We are also eager to broaden awareness of barriers to learning. We want to dispel incorrect information about various conditions which can affect how a child learns. For these students their intelligence … Read more

Learning through Play: Activities for Your Child During School Breaks

learning through play

Finding ways to keep your child engaged and entertained during school breaks can be challenging for a parent. While relaxation and downtime are essential, keeping your child’s brain active and encouraging learning through play is crucial.  Having a week or three of uninterrupted time with your children will give you an excellent opportunity to observe … Read more

Grade 6 Milestones: English Home Language – Language Structures and Conventions

This month, we conclude our series on Grade 6 English Home Language milestones. These articles are a survey of the scope of the CAPS curriculum. We have covered the listening and speaking milestones, we have considered reading and viewing, and we have looked at the writing and presenting components. All of these topics are included in the Grade 6 year … Read more