By Peter Westwood
A Parent's advisor to studying problems offers mom and dad with a transparent clarification of the numerous factors of kid's difficulties in studying. The publication includes jargon-free and useful suggestion for supporting youngsters with studying, writing, and arithmetic. It additionally explains how formerly confirmed and powerful equipment may be applied in home-tutoring events, in addition to at school. whereas the focal point is on little ones with normal studying problems, the e-book additionally presents vital information regarding educating and coping with little ones with highbrow, actual, and sensory disabilities, in addition to autism. A Parent's advisor to studying problems additionally comprises hyperlinks to on-line info assets and references to books that would be priceless.
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Social skills may need to be taught to some children who have problems in relating to other children. ◗ Behaviour modification and direct instruction have proved to be most effective for children with autism. ◗ Parents need to work closely with school staff to ensure that learning from school is reinforced and maintained in the home and in the community. 33 five Impaired vision, impaired hearing, physical disability In general, physical and sensory impairments account for a very much smaller number of children with special educational needs, compared to those with intellectual disabilities.
Attention here will be devoted to some brief introductory comments on cerebral palsy, spina bifida and traumatic brain injury. 42 a pare n t ’ s g u i d e t o lear n i n g d i ff i cul t i e s Cerebral palsy Cerebral palsy (CP) affects approximately two children in 1000. It is a dis order of posture, muscle tone and movement that results from damage to areas of the brain responsible for controlling movement. The damage occurs before or during birth. CP exists in several forms (for example, spasticity, athetosis, ataxia) and at different levels of severity from mild to severe.
G e n eral pr i n c i ple s o f effec t i v e t each i n g 51 often due to lack of automaticity in word recognition. A reader who lacks automaticity is slow and has to expend such large amounts of concentrated effort on simply trying to unlock the print that there is little effort left to concentrate on meaning. This is a frustrating situation and a reader who is weak in basic skills will try to avoid engaging with print, thereby reducing the time spent on essential practice. The other major role of routine practice is to ensure that knowledge and skills are maintained over time.
A Parent's Guide to Learning Difficulties: How to Help Your Child by Peter Westwood