By Dr.Manisha Bose
As an early years educator with a Masters degree in Special Education Needs and Inclusion, Juhi Sharma is dedicated to helping children with learning difficulties and has a proven track record of success in this field. She believes that every child is unique, and so are their learning style. “One size doesn’t fit all”
Her expertise in special education needs and inclusion enables her to create individualized learning plans that are tailored to meet the specific needs of each student. For this she uses a variety of teaching techniques, materials, and strategies to support students’ learning and promote their overall well-being.
When asked about her biggest challenge she replied,
“One of the most challenging aspects of my role is supporting parents in accepting and addressing their child’s learning difficulties. I work to build strong relationships with parents and to educate them about their child’s needs, empowering them to provide the necessary support at home. I believe that parental involvement is essential for a child’s academic and personal success, and I provide advice and guidance on how parents can continue to support their child outside of the classroom. “
In summary, her professional profile includes:
• Expertise in creating individualized learning plans that cater to the unique needs of each child.
• In-depth knowledge of various learning difficulties and how to address them effectively.
• Passion for helping children with learning difficulties overcome their challenges and succeed.
• Strong communication and interpersonal skills, allowing me to build strong relationships with students, parents, and colleagues.
• A commitment to ongoing professional development to stay up to date with the latest research and best practices in the field.
Overall, she is a highly skilled and dedicated early years educator with a passion for helping children with learning difficulties. She believes in empowering parents to provide the necessary support for their child and strive to create a collaborative partnership between herself, parents, and students to achieve success.
With a Sound knowledge of a child’s developmental milestones and over 20 years’ experience as a passionate early primary years educator Juhi has the skill to observe a child and plan an effective intervention best suited for him/ her. She has worked with students with mild to moderate learning difficulties including dyslexia, global delay, Down’s syndrome, ADHD, children with behavior and emotional issues to name a few.
What is endearing about Juhi is that she does her work with passion and service. I also realized that helping children with special needs and giving parental counselling professionally is a lot of emotional investment and commitment.
She has been a vast experience of 20 years as an early year’s educator and for 8 years she led a kindergarten as the principal and SENCO. Currently working in a well-known school, St. Andrews as a learning support teacher.
Juhi is a part of #Women Power A global Movement and is always there to support every endeavor that we strive to achieve.