SAALEDWelcome to SAALED
A learning difficulty is a condition that can cause an individual to experience problems in a traditional classroom learning context. It may interfere with literacy skills development and mathematics and can also affect memory, ability to focus and organisational skills. SAALED is the leading Southern African organisation concerned with the field of special educational needs.
More About Us
Inclusive education focuses on integrating and guaranteeing special educational needs of pupils with various forms of disabilities in mainstream schools. SAALED offers a platform for educators to share knowledge and experiences as well as provide access to one’s peers in order to become better educators.
Learn By Doing
By joining the organisation you will become part of an interdisciplinary network of people concerned with a wide range of aspects of support for learning.
SAALED’s Mission & Vision
SAALED’s mission is to inform and educate teachers on learning and educational difficulties ensuring that all learners, with and without disabilities, pursue their learning potential to the fullest.
SAALED’s vision is to facilitate the promotion and implementation of inclusive education through information, support, collaboration, advocacy and training
Our Upcoming Events & Activities
Crossroads School, Victory Park. Johannesburg
Fractions are really fun presented by Adelle Picollo and Belinda Kither
Strategies and skills to facilitate automaticity of mathematical concepts presented by Robyn Clark
To view the details of the event please click here
Informative articles on education, learning difficulties, knowledge sharing can be found here.
Life in the Time of Corona by Jennifer Cosslett Three main institutions have remained pretty constant over the last 150 years. They are churches, prisons, and schools. Someone engaging in time travel from the past would be able to recognize all three places very...
It is with great sadness that we inform you of the untimely passing of our valued committee member, Heather Davies, who passed away on Thursday 20 February. Heather will be sorely missed. She was an integral and involved committee member and her open kindness was...
Strategies to use with your students Inclusion is a great thing. Children with special needs are no longer isolated in “Special Ed” classrooms and only seen on the playground or in the lunchroom. Kids with special needs thrive in the presence of their peers. There are...
Events in 2019