Introducción a los problemas de aprendizaje
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Introducción a los problemas de aprendizaje

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    Maria B.
    PA
    Maria B.

    A learning disability can affect a person’s life beyond academics and social relationships, if the person doesn’t receive help on time.

    Mike L.
    GB
    Mike L.

    The teacher, quite obviously needs to be capable in identifying whether a student has a learning disability, ie: dyslexia, or a learning disadvantage, ie: English is not their first language.

    Gbenayon Elijah S.
    NG
    Gbenayon Elijah S.

    Wow! What a wonderful experience? I just completed my first assessment.

    Paul O.
    GB
    Paul O.

    Could some of the learning disability examples about being able to read problems or audibly hear them, simply be down to the learning preference of students. An auditory learner prefers to listen to the questions, a read/ write learner will prefer to read them or see them written down and visual learner may like to see similar examples?

    Nikka V.
    PH
    Nikka V.

    a child with a learning disability has a special skill in math, reading and following the teacher's instruction, it may be sounds inspiring to know about this; a child who can write words and letters independently by looking the labels but can't read it aloud, for example, John can look the word "Cornflakes" and he can spell and write it on his notepad, but when he was told to read "cornflakes", he kept silent and shook his head, he can't read the word given.

    Nikka V.
    PH
    Nikka V.

    in a given example, John can imitate words but can't read it orally.

    Nikka V.
    PH
    Nikka V.

    it is important that a special child has a guardian or a teaching aid in learning; writing, reading, computing, etc. to guide them right and to have a continuous flow of learning new ideas that will help them to grow naturally.

    Raquel G.
    BR
    Raquel G.

    Learning disability is related to a low learning development and results. Wha

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