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    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 smart as everyone else. Their brains are simply wired differently. These differences affects how they receive and process information. Simply put‚ children and adults with learning disabilities see‚ hear‚ and

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    Learning Disabilities The definition of learning disabilities is as follows: General- Specific learning disability means a disorder in one or more of the basic psychological processes involved in understanding or in using language‚ spoken‚ or written‚ that may manifest in an imperfect ability to listen‚ think‚ speak‚ read‚ write‚ spell‚ or to do mathematical calculations including conditions such as perceptual disabilities‚ brain injury‚ minimal brain dysfunction‚ dyslexia‚ and developmental

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    Learning Disability Report Hellena Berrios Grand Canyon University SPE525 Educating Learners with Diverse Needs Takita Williams August 6‚ 2006 Abstract When a child is diagnosed with a learning disability parents often have a fear that they did something wrong. To eliminate these fears parents find solace in gathering information on learning disabilities and resources. Learning Disability Report According to The Healthy Children

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    Learning Disability The federal regulations on defining a specific learning disability means a disorder in one or more of the basic psychological processes that are used to communicate language‚ spoken‚ or written and may affect the imperfect ability to listen‚ think‚ speak‚ read‚ write‚ spell‚ or to perform mathematical calculations‚ including conditions such as perceptual disabilities‚ brain injury‚ minimal brain dysfunction‚ dyslexia‚ and developmental aphasia. Specific learning disability does

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    Learning Disabilities and Children Learning disabilities are types of learning problems that can cause individuals to have difficulties in using their skills. The skills that are affected are speaking‚ writing‚ listening‚ and reading. Learning disabilities depend on an individual because a person who has disabilities is not necessary that he has the same learning disabilities with others. People who have learning disabilities such as dyslexia‚ dysgraphia‚ and dyscalculia‚ may show challenges

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    Summary: 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 being dyslexic; or a writing disability now labeled dysgraphic. Many children even suffered from dyscalculia‚ a math disability. But think about the many years of frustration and embarrassment so many students

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    | Misunderstood Mind’s | Children with Learning Disabilities | Instructor: Jeanne Henry | Pamela Al-Shaer | 8/19/2011 | Children all over America are afflicted with serious learning disabilities that may have long- time effects‚ and usually the causes of these learning disabilities are undetermined. “Misunderstood minds” is a PBS Website that supports individuals’ who have questions about children with learning disabilities and helps them to understand how children that

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    CHECKLIST FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF A LEARNING DISABLED CHILD NAME: ______________________________________ AGE: ___ SEX: _____________ GRADE: ____________ SCHOOL: ______________________________________________ DIRECTIONS: Put a check mark (a) on the space corresponding to the behavior or condition manifested by the child. ___1. Looks typical but doesn’t learn typically ___2. Is intelligent‚ often gifted ___3. Have reading‚ spelling and/or Math achievement that are significantly

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    Learning disabilities come in a wide spread variety. There are many characteristics that can help determine what specifically the child’s learning disability pertains to. Cognitively speaking‚ children can have attention‚ perception‚ memory‚ or information processing learning disabilities (Friend‚ 2011). Children that have are diagnosed with an attention learning disability tends to have trouble trying to focus on the task at hand because of the other surrounding noises and distractions may be too

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    Learning Disability Report LaToya Arline Grand Canyon University: SPE-226 Educating the Exceptional Learner June 23‚ 2013 Learning disabilities and communication disorders can have a drastic effect on the ability to perform well in academic settings. The achievements of students can be hampered by the limitations that are brought down by these disabilities. Any academic program consists of various activities that involve communications of different sorts with the peers‚ faculty members‚

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