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- Talking to Your Child About Learning Disabilities
Parents are the best people to explain learning disabilities to their children. This article describes how parental
discussion can assist children with LD before testing, immediately after diagnosis, when the IEP is implemented,
and over the long-term.
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- Response to Intervention: The Teachers’ Role in Distinguishing Between Mathematics Difficulty and Mathematics Disability
Dolores T. Burton and John Kappenberg
This article provides guidelines for professional development of diagnostic skills and intervention models, particularly through implementing a three-tier Response to Intervention program to assist in the accurate diagnosis and effective remediation of mathematical learning disabilities.
- Early Identification and Intervention in Children With Developmental Dyslexia and Neurological Diseases
Meropi Tzoufi, Haido Verbi, Iliada Nakou, Venetsanos Mavreas, Antigoni Siamopoulou-Mavridou, & Victoria Zakopoulu
This study investigates the role of neurological diseases in developmental dyslexia before and after a remediation program.
- Effects of Evaluative Feedback on Rate of Learning and Task Motivation: An Analogue Experiment
Jürgen Wilbert, Michael Grosche, and Heike Gerdes
The authors describe the various types of evaluative feedback (e.g., individual, social, and criterial) that can influence student achievement and performance in the classroom.