About the SPTBiD Program
The SPTBiD Program (Sariah Program & Dyslexia Intensive Guidance Technique) is a structured literacy program that provides organized instruction for people with dyslexia and monitoring of dyslexic students. This program was developed, created and copyrighted by Puan Sariah Binti Amirin AMW PPN, known as the “Mother of Dyslexia Malaysia” together with Jaldeen Bin Mohd Ali, a Dyslexia specialist, assessor and founder of Dyslexia Genius Malaysia in early 1998.
Through the SPTBiD program for 3 to 9 months, dyslexics are trained and taught to overcome their difficulties by using the strengths they have, to be ready to face normal public school teaching. Students will be encouraged to learn the basics of reading, compiling and spelling words with the help of teaching materials in the form of stories and responsive pictures so that they can more easily understand them through their visual power.
Launching SPTBiD Indonesia
For its success for more than 23 years in helping dyslexic people in Malaysia and all Dyslexia Genius Malaysia branches in overcoming learning difficulties, the SPTBiD Program will collaborate with Edu. Consultant Indonesia to help people with dyslexia in Indonesia. Launching of the SPTBiD Program and the Signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in collaboration with D Genius Malaysia and Edu. Consultant Indonesia will be held on Tuesday, April 12, 2022 at the Green Building of Little Koala Montessori Kindergarten, Tangerang.
The signing of the MoU was carried out directly by Puan Bulan Ayu as Program Director of Dyslexia Genius Malaysia and founder of Bulan Ayu Dyslexia Community as representatives of the SPTBiD Malaysia Program and Dr. Debby Andriany, MM. as the founder of the LKM-Hilaris and Edu Education Foundation. Indonesian Consultants. The signing process was also witnessed and attended by the founder of DDaT and the Malaysian SPTBiD Program Mr. Jaldeen Bin Mohd. Ali, Principal of Little Koala Montessori Kindergarten Ms. Yuni, and the Principal of KB Little Koala Montessori Ms. Reni.
D Genius Malaysia collaboration and Edu. Indonesian Consultant
With this collaboration, it is hoped that it will not only help dyslexic students but also be able to help students with other specific learning problems, such as dysgraphia, dysphasia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, auditory, focusing, visual in perception, and short-term memory. So that children with learning problems can follow teaching in public schools easily and also improve the quality of education in Indonesia.