Empowering Learning reaches the Learning Difference Conferences in Australia

Learning Difference Convention (LDC) 
Sara Haboubi, Empowering Learning Master Trainer from Ireland,  will be speaking at the LDC in Melbourne (Sat 20th) and Sydney (Thursday 25th-Friday 26th) August 2016
Jumpstarting Literacy & Numeracy Practitioner Course
Sydney: Monday 27th August plus 4 on-line teleseminars
On-line : 7 on-line teleseminars, 7:30pm Sydney time, 10:30 am UK time
Families:  Do you have a child with a learning difficult? The Jumpstarting Workshop for Families will not only help you avoid ‘summer learning loss’ but will help you to coach your child to learn more effectively.

Teachers in Australia:  If you are based in Melbourne or Sydney you will have a unique opportunity to attend a full Jumpstarting Practitioner Course.

Want to know a bit more about it? Check out this interview with Se McCarthy of St Joseph’s N.S. in Rathwire. This school has been using this for 3 years and teachers have seen dramatic improvements across the board AND the school of 240+ students is one of the calmest places I have visited!! These  interviews show how effective the process has been at the school: Jumpstarting Literacy & Numeracy: A School’s Experience.



Do join the convention and meet Sara Haboubi is an Empowering Learning  Master Trainer and Practitioner, Co-Developer Jumpstarting Lit & Num. 

Sara is a Successful Learning Skills and Strategies Specialist. Her passion is to help students, of all ages, understand their own learning experience, recognise when a strategy is ineffective and know how to change it. No two learners are the same. Some people naturally develop the best approaches to learning, whilst others may struggle for years. Becoming a successful learner is not dependent on IQ – it is all about using the right internal and external tools, techniques and principles.

It’s not about working harder –  it’s about learning smarter! 

Call +353 (0) 860775452 or email sara@empoweringlearning.ie. 

About olivehickmott

I am a Forensic Learning coach, showing people how they can improve their own learning and change their health. Working with creative neurodivergent students is a joy, as they learn new skills to overcome many of their learning challenges.
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