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Courses and groups for students with special needs

Courses and groups that NTNU offers to students with special needs. Our courses and groups mainly take place in Trondheim, but they can be held in Gjøvik and Ålesund on request. 

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Information meeting for students with dyslexia #

At this information meeting you will learn what you need to know when having reading and writing difficulties.

  • Application for special examination arrangements
  • Investigation of dyslexia
  • Courses offered
  • How to apply for reading and support programs (Lingdys/Lingpilot)
  • Syllabus in audio format
  • Lånekassen 

Information meetings spring 2019 #

Course in coping strategies for students with dyslexia #

The course consists of two parts:

Between the course sessions, participants will receive videos with study tips. The course provides valuable opportunities for exchanging experiences with other students.

Course dates spring 2019 #

  • Course in coping strategies, part 1: 5 March 15-17 in Trondheim
  • Course in coping strategies, part 2: 28 March 17-20 in Trondheim

Registration for course in coping strategies, part 1.

Courses in Lingdys and Lingpilot #

Every semester, we engage a Lingit training professional to hold courses in using the reading and writing support tools Lingdys (PC) and Lingpilot (Mac). 

Course dates spring 2019 #

  • 12 March at 16.30 - 20.00 in Trondheim

Registration for course in Lingdys

Course in coping strategies for students with ADHD  #

The course is held once each semester and focuses on:

  • Being a student and having ADHD
  • Organization
  • Study techniques
  • Tips on coping strategies
  • Exchanges of experience and ideas with other students in the same situation

Course dates spring 2019 #

  • No courses - next will be in the autumn 2019.

Mentor training #

If you have been appointed as a mentor, this course is for you. You can learn about different aspects of the job, definitions of roles and useful tips for helping students with mental and physical health challenges. You can also discuss relevant cases with other student mentors.
When you have signed an employment contract with us, you will be invited to a course for mentors.

Asperger group #

Students with Asperger’s syndrome may experience challenges to varying degrees in student life. The Asperger group meets every fourteen days as a forum where students can relax and share experiences, sorrows and joys. We arrange light refreshments. The group provides an opportunity to meet others who are in the same situation. Contact Kari Voldhagen or Gisle Marhaug for further information and to join the group.

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