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Mindset is what is used to make your work experience better than the usual because if there are no work psychology involved, then the work experience feels boring and furthermore dissatisfied. Having these tips can help you cope with retention and memory loss due to work stress. Have fun and take most of these notes with you when you get to work later.
Published by Antonio Imperial 61 months ago in Learning Disabilities & Disorders | +0 votes | 0 comments
What are the differences between dyscalculia (mathematics disorder) and poor mathematics learning? Here are three things to keep in mind.
Published by Rodge Bucao 91 months ago in Learning Disabilities & Disorders | +3 votes | 0 comments
Finding the answers to what is a learning disability is can be a daunting task for the professional and parent. What should be done to insure the student receives the best education possible when a parent suspects a child to have a learning disability?
Published by Chris Stonecipher 91 months ago in Learning Disabilities & Disorders | +16 votes | 11 comments
Understanding the characteristics, causes and definition of learning disabilities is an imperative aspect of becoming a qualified special educator. Current statistics claim there are 2.7 million students being served as learning disabled today (Heward, 2009) and 6.3% of students who are seen by speech and language pathologists in the school systems are also receiving services for another disabling condition that affects learning.
Published by Chris Stonecipher 92 months ago in Learning Disabilities & Disorders | +15 votes | 12 comments
Emotionally Disabled Children Can Be Educated
Published by Don Rainwater 101 months ago in Learning Disabilities & Disorders | +3 votes | 0 comments