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Visual-Perceptual Disability
Dyslexia - see letters and numbers in a different position. They are sometimes observed as having difficulty with physical coordination due to their difficulty with eye-hand coordination.
Auditory-Perceptual Disability
may find it difficult to distinguish between the differences in sounds. They often appear to be "lost" or "confused" when called upon in the classroom. Mistaken as not paying attention.
Attention Deficit, Hyperactivity Disorder.
show both symptoms of inattention and hyperactivity.
Attention Deficit Disorder:
May show one or more of the following
Difficult time paying attention, distracted easily
Perceptual-Motor Disability
Difficulty with coordination and may often appear clumsy or disoriented.
Mental Retardation
subnormal cognitive functioning at an IQ level of 70 and below.
What are the educational implications for children with learning disabilities?
1) teachers must be responsive to the varying individual differences among uniquely different children.
2) all children with disabiliteis are guaranteed a free, appropriate public education.
3) teachers should consider using methods of instruction that communicate to all parts of the child's senses.