Multisensory Approach For Learning Disabilities

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When it comes to learning, the styles and capabilities are unique to each student just the same way that fingerprints are to each person. In a classroom, not every student learns a topic in the same manner or is of the same level in terms of their ability. That being the case, students with learning disabilities will require more effort to learn a topic as opposed to those with high abilities. To ensure that those with learning disabilities gain the required knowledge from what they are being taught, a specific learning format that carters for their needs is essential. Several articles have been written by scholars regarding teaching students with learning disabilities; this review looks to some of the articles with them aim of analyzing their context.
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A. (2013). The impact of using multi-sensory approach for teaching students with learning disabilities. Journal of International Education Research, 9(1), 75. Retrieved from
In this article regarding the impact of multisensory approach, Obaid Sayyed conducts an experiment by reviewing the performance of sixth grade students in mathematics so as to study the effectiveness of multisensory approach on children with disabilities when it comes to learning. The author uses 117 students, splitting them into two groups of 55 (control group) and 62 (experimental group). He then proceeds by measuring the achievements of the students by use of pre/post test in mathematics.
Being an assistant professor, the author is aware of his experiment’s limitations and the implications of the study. He gives details based on data and methodology that was involved to arrive at his conclusion. The author concludes that there is significant difference in the use of multisensory approach as opposed to the normal

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