learning difference


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To combat terrorism, school must be both a place of learning and a space for life and creativity," he said, adding that the fight against terrorism involves learning difference and strengthening of critical thinking.
Mind mapping is a way of minimising the effect of the particular learning difference and enabling them to think about the things they want to do and use it to perform at their ability level or above and helps students to try things in different ways".
In Learning Difference Staiger allows her personality to filter through the pages, albeit in a restrained way.
What a difference a learning difference can make in a person's life and in the world.
I appreciated your highlighting dyslexia in your magazine - as many parents need to see the learning difference - as just that - difference.
The book begins with understandable descriptions of buzz words thrown around when a student has difficulty learning--learning disability, learning difference, IQ, attention deficit disorder--and explores the fine points of terms such as visual perception and sensory integration with unusual clarity.
She describes the difficulties that she and many other students in college face in coping with the challenges of having a learning difference.
Many also believe that, in about 10 percent of cases, the difficulties are severe enough to be classified as Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, a learning difference increasingly seen as lying in the self-regulation systems of the brain.
They, too, struggled with a learning difference in school.
In a foreword, Katie Couric, one of many celebrities who have contributed comments and observations, states that this book is for any parent in the midst of a divorce, who has a physically ill or abused child, or who has a child with a learning difference, behavior problem, or psychiatric illness.
With all of these amazing resources under one roof, families may learn how to supplement a core subject area or how to better manage a child's learning difference such as ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, sensory or processing issues, and social behavior issues," says PEL President, Desiree Lapin.
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