A learning disorder can defined as a difficulty in an area of cognitive functioning. Learning disabilities are neurological differences in processing information that severely limit a person's ability to learn in a specific skill area. Learning disorders/disabiliti
As a manager, I am responsible for service user needs assessments annually, I also conduct service user reviews with the care staff, service user family and multi disciplinary team.
This provides me with the opportunity to establish service user’s individual ability, needs and most importantly p
Mary L. Burkitt
Grand Canyon University: SPE 359
July 7, 2013
Learning Disabilities and the Classroom
With every classroom you are able to see a dynamic between students and their teacher. It takes a strong teacher to really make everything accessible to all students including student with
Unit 7 – Play and learning in children’s education
Diploma in Child Care and Education Cache Level 3
E4 Include examples of different theoretical models of how children play and learn
E5 Include an explanation of how observations can inform planning to meet children's learning needs
Q: What are the barriers of learning for a learner with autism/Aspergers in Performing Arts and can Performing Arts support the learning of a learner diagnosed with Autism/Aspergers?
This essay is going to attempt to answer some of the questions that arise from teaching an individual,...
Students with special needs, a learning disability or communication disorders can learn the curriculum and can understand what is going on in the classroom. The only difference that they have from the other students is...
Support Assessment for Learning
Outcome 1 Understand the purpose and characteristics of assessment for learning
1.1 Compare and contrast the roles of the teacher and the learning support practitioner in assessment of learners’ achievements
The teacher is responsible for assessing...
What are learning disabilities?
Learning disabilities, or learning disorders, are an umbrella term for a wide variety of learning problems. A learning disability is not a problem with intelligence or motivation. Kids with learning disabilities aren't lazy or dumb. In fact, most are just as...
The Disability Rights Commission (now part of the Equality and Human Rights Commission) argued that independent living should be a social right. To what extent do the introduction of direct payments and the personalisation of services meet this demand?
Comparing students with Non-Learning Disabilities and Learning Disabilities with Central Auditory Processing Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder
Julia Voisin and Katelyn Rokowski and Nicole Zuk
Discuss the extent that weak phonological representations can explain children’s reading difficulties.
Word Count 1503
The aim of this essay is to see if weak phonological representations contribute to reading difficulties within children and see...
2.1. Explain how children and young people’s development is influenced by a range of personal factors
2.2. Explain how children and young people’s development is influenced by a range of external factors
3.2. Explain the reasons why children’s development might not follow the...
When a child doesn't seem to be learning, some teachers and parents in his/her life might criticize the child and think of them as stupid, or maybe just too lazy to want to learn. What they don't realize is that the child might have a learning disability. But how are these
March 6, 2003
The first of the ten articles to be discussed examined a training program that consisted of an individualized, classroom-based social skills intervention. In the study, there were 45 children with learning disabilities 9-12 years old. These children we
Students with learning disabilities have always been present in our school settings. Unfortunately for many, many years it was an "invisible condition" that was not supported by educators and parents. No doubt little was known about why a child had a reading disability, now known as be
For someone that has been diagnosed with a learning disability, they may feel that it takes over their lives. But with the right help it will not affect their ultimate success in life. In this research essay I will be talking about what a learning disorder is, how to detect that a child has a learni
HELPING CHILDREN OVERCOME LEARNING DIFFICULTIES
By Jerome Rosner
Before helping children overcome learning difficulties, the child's parents have to have the child tested to see whether or not it is in fact a learning disability. Parents should take their children to their pediatrician first to
FAQ Parents ask about Struggling (Slow) Learners
By Erin N. King, Ed.S., Nationally Certified School Psychologist
What does it mean to be a struggling learner or slow learner?
A "slow learner" is not a diagnostic category, it is a term people use to describe a student who has the ability to
There are laws to protect individuals with disabilities. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, was designed to ensure that all individuals, including those with disabilities receive a free and appropriate education in the least restrictive environment. Implication methods, pa
The research paper titled “Specialized Training for Foster Parents” addresses whether foster parents should receive specialized training. Statistics showed the majority of children placed in foster homes come to homes with a history of mental disorders or maltreatment. The concern