Students with learning disabilities (LD) have difficulty acquiring basic skills or academic content due to difficulty using or understanding spoken or written language.
These difficulties may impact a student’s ability to read, write, spell, think, speak, listen, or do mathematics. Learning disabilities do not include those difficulties that are primarily due to a student’s intellectual, physical, or emotional disabilities, nor those that are due to a student’s environmental, cultural, or economic disadvantages.
Common learning disabilities include dyslexia, dysgraphia, perceptual disabilities, and developmental aphasia. It is estimated that approximately 6-8% of school-age children have some sort of LD. Some experts believe that lack of and differences in screening protocols have resulted in LD being underreported.
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Drexel University Online
The Drexel University School of Education offers online education bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree and certificate programs for educators and administrators seeking new tools and methodologies to instruct students with autism spectrum disorders and related learning disabilities.
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By third grade, at least 58% of children on the autism spectrum struggle with literacy, more specifically vocabulary comprehension.
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At GoManda, we are passionate about teaching vocabulary to learners on the autism spectrum. We are an app that teaches vocabulary to children on the autism spectrum by using their learning style.
Vocabulary is the foundation to all communication and helps a child connect to their world. Science shows that learners on the autism spectrum have a hyperfunctional brain that benefits from seeing multiple variations of a noun. Without
Failure Free Reading
What sets Failure Free Reading's solutions apart is the speed at which they work and the levels of academic attainment students achieve. Failure Free Reading is able to demonstrate immediate impact from the very first lessons with students currently identified in the research as “treatment resisters” or “chronic non-responders.”
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Winston Preparatory School
A Place to Be Understood - Winston Preparatory School
Choosing the right school for your child with a learning difference is essential. Winston Preparatory School (Winston Prep) and its network of schools offer a highly individualized learning environment for students grades 4-12 with learning differences, including dyslexia, ADHD, and nonverbal learning disabilities (NVLD). At Winston Prep, emphasis is put on discovering who each student is, what their strengths and learning needs are and, based on their learning profile, designing an individualized curriculum that is grounded in