UK Virtual School Nisai Learning Shortlisted for SEN Award in the Middle East

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Nisai Learning, UK online educational provider has been recognised as a premier resource to support the needs of SEN teaching by GESS, the major Middle East education show.

Harrow, London, United Kingdom., February 23, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) -

UK based Nisai Learning was pleased to discover that the online learning organisation is a finalist in the SEN category of the Middle East GESS Awards.  The Gulf Educational Supplies & Solutions (GESS) announced the finalists for the GESS Education Awards 2014 this week with Nisai Learning as one of 4 in the SEN Resource category, with other contenders from the USA, the UK and Dubai.

The winners will be announced at the GESS education show which will take place 4-6th March 2014 at the Dubai World Trade Centre. GESS is the leading educational show in the Middle East and is the only exhibition in the Middle East to cover the entire spectrum of educational supplies and solutions.

Nisai Learning provides a student centered resource to support the needs of SEN teaching.  By embedding Nisai Learning as a partner in schools, our delivery supplements what the school can offer to SEN students. 

“We are thrilled to be recognised by GESS for how our online learning supports students with SEN,” says Managing Director Dhruv Patel.  “We have spent years developing our pedagogy and our custom technology platform to provide additional personalised learning support to schools.

We provide help for students with a spectrum of needs from autism, ADHD, physical, emotional and behavioural problems as well as medical issues preventing them from learning in a normal classroom. 

These students come to us with low self-esteem and are often lagging in their potential.  We create a community of learning for these students and develop their social as well academic skills with the goal of integrating them back into a classroom.”

Nisai’s online delivery overcomes learning difficulties which many students face. Students particularly like the ability to be able to focus without the noise of a classroom and other disruptive students to contend with.  In the March edition of the Journal of Assistive Technology, Nisai Learning’s pedagogy was reviewed to outline why such students learn more effectively with Nisai’s alternative methodology.

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