Supporting students with learning difficulties
Mercer, Louise (2008) Supporting students with learning difficulties. In Tangen, Donna J., Bland, Derek C., Spooner-Lane, Rebecca S., Sedgley, Teresa L., Mergler, Amanda G., Mercer, Louise, et al. (Eds.) Engaging diverse learners. Pearson Education Australia, Australia, pp. 116-142.
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What does it mean to have a learning difficulty? In this chapter we will consider the various learning difficulties that some students in every classroom are likely to be experiencing. We will focus on the "high incidence" learning difficulties (occur with high frequency) rather than the "low incidence" learning difficulties (occur with low frequency). As we discuss the selected learning difficulties, we will consider common characteristics of students with these difficulties as well as approaches that will support their learning. We will also examine general approaches to instruction and learning that support the learning of all students including those with difficulties. Finally, we will consider how to access the support of specialized personnel who can assist you as a classroom teacher in meeting the needs of your students who are expecting difficulties with learning.
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|Deposited On:||06 Feb 2009 01:17|
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