This text includes the latest information on the characteristics of persons with learning disabilities, the causes of learning disabilities, and the most reliable educational interventions for students with LD.
This clearly written, well-organized text strikes a perfect balance between foundational information and practical tools that educators can readily use with students.
For teachers, therapists, students, parents, and anyone working with children with learning disabilities.
An introduction to the field of learning disabilities across the lifespan, covering basic information on causes, characteristics, parent and family factors, and educational approaches. Contains sections on educational planning, developmental perspectives, strategies for helping students adapt, and strategies for teaching. This second edition offers more boxed features, case examples, and thought questions, and reflects current legislation and research. For a first course at the undergraduate or graduate level. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.