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Learning Disabilities

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Elle Holguin

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By: Elle Holguin, Anthony Sheppard,
Kayla White, & Arlene Torres. Learning Disabilities What is a learning disability? Trouble with Math Dyscalcuila http://memorial.mentorschools.org/karberg/greenek3.htm http://www.ncld.org/types-learning-disabilities/dyscalculia/what-is-dyscalculia?start=1 Where Can Families Seek Help? Universal Design for Learning Embedded learning opportunities Constant Time Delay Differentiated instruction Tips for Inclusion: Learning Disabilities Article by: Peter A. Cowden COGNITIVE STRATEGIES FOR STUDENTS WITH MILD LEARNING DISABILITIES Use of audio texts
Cooperative Integrated Reading and Composition
Cooperative learning
Reading Recovery (RR)
The Qualitative Reading Inventory A reading disorder that is associated with a neurological impairment.

•Phonemic analysis
•Word identification
•Reading fluency
•Reading comprehension Dyslexia Arizona Branch of the International Dyslexia Association
Confidential location Scottsdale, AZ 85261
(480) 941-0308 http://www.dyslexia-az.org

New Way Learning Academy
1300 N 77th St Scottsdale, AZ 85257-3776
(480) 946-9112 http://www.newwayacademy.org

Arizona Literacy & Learning Center
14001 N 7th St Ste F-112 Phoenix, AZ 85022
(602) 212-1089 http://www.azliteracy.org •Provide a quiet area
•Use books on tape
•Use books with large print and big spaces between lines
•Provide a copy of lecture notes
•Don’t count spelling on history, science or other similar tests
•Allow alternative forms for book reports
• Use multi-sensory teaching methods
• Teach students to use logic rather than memory
•Providing visual organizers
•Incorporating models, demonstrations, or role play
• Present material in small units Tips for Inclusion: Dyslexia Challenges with writing Dysgraphia What does it look like?

-difficulties in spelling, poor handwriting, trouble putting thoughts on paper
-language processing and visual-spatial difficulties Warning Signs

-Tight, awkward pencil grip
-avoiding writing or drawing tasks
-unfinished or omitted words
-large gap between writing ideas -Accommodation
-Modification
-Remediation Strategies Auditory Processing Disorder
&
Visual Processing Disorder WORKSHOP Works Cited What does it look like? Auditory processing disorder (APD), also known as central auditory processing disorder (CAPD), is a complex problem affecting about 5% of school-aged children. These kids can't process the information they hear in the same way as others because their ears and brain don't fully coordinate. What does it look like? A visual processing, or perceptual, disorder refers to a hindered ability to make sense of information taken in through the eyes. This is different from problems involving sight or sharpness of vision. Difficulties with visual processing affect how visual information is interpreted, or processed by the brain how to detect
ADP How to detect visual disorders Is your child easily distracted or unusually bothered by loud or sudden noises?
Are noisy environments upsetting to your child?
Does your child's behavior and performance improve in quieter settings?
Does your child have difficulty following directions, whether simple or complicated?
Does your child have reading, spelling, writing, or other speech-language difficulties?
Is abstract information difficult for your child to comprehend? Tendency to move their whole head to read instead of just their eyes
Trouble learning the connection between letters and sounds
Regularly misspells words and makes reading errors often
Problems with automatic sight and word recognition
Blurred or double vision, squinting or closing and/or rubbing one or more eyes
Express visual difficulties with blurring and/or letters moving around, jumping in and out on the paper
The letters in words are not in sequence
Frequent word or line skips
Confuse words that can be reversed National Center for Learning Disabilities. (2010). What is dysgraphia?. Retrieved from http://www.ldonline.org/article/12770?gclid=CN7HioThu7ICFWThQgodBEsAGg
National Center for Learning Disabilities. (2012). What is dysgraphia?. Retrieved from http://www.ncld.org/types-learning-disabilities/dysgraphia/what-is-dysgraphia
chandler, C. (2012, september 12). What is visual processing disorder. Retrieved from http://www.ocdsite.com/what-is-visual-processing-disorder/
Horowitz, D. (2012, may 18). What is visual processing disorder. Retrieved from
ADP CAREERS. (2008, September 18). Who are you? we are adp. Retrieved from
Learning disabilities association of america. In (2001). Retrieved from http://www.ldanatl.org/aboutld/parents/ld_basics/dyslexia.asp
Kemp, G., Smith, M., & Segal, J. (2012, January). Helpguide.org. Retrieved from http://www.helpguide.org/mental/learning_disabilities.htm
Arizona 2-1-1 get connected. get answers. In Community Information and Referral Serivices. Retrieved from http://www.mycommunitypt.com/arizona/index.php?option=com_cpx&task=search.query&search_history_id=-1&query=dyslexia&submit=Search
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