Training 301 Teaching and Learning Disabilities
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Training 301 - 1 Introduction to Teaching Adults With Learning Disabilities
Training 301 - Teaching Adults With Learning Disabilities. "For Teaching To Occur, There Must Be Learning" Carmel Streater, Ph.D, DREI, CDEI
Training 301-1a Knowledge Links
Teaching Adults With Learning Disabilities - Knowledge
Training 301 - 2 What are Learning Disabilities?
Teaching Adults With a Learning Disability
Training 301- 3 Consider Some Statistics
Most methods that work for learning disabled students are also useful to other adult learners.
Training 301- 4 Learning to Learn
Incorporating Methods For True Learning
Training 301- 5 How the Human Brain Works
Accommodating Learning Methods
Training 301- 6 Input Disabilities
Training 301- 7 Visual Perceptual Disabilities
Training 301- 8 Auditory Perceptual Disabilities
Training 301- 9 Integration Disabilities
Training 301- 10 Abstraction
Training 301- 11 Outputs and Language Disability
Training 301- 12 Emotional Difficulties of Individuals with Learning Disabilities
Emotional Difficulties of Individuals with Learning Disabilities
Training 301-13 Behavioral Problems Typical of Adults with Learning Disabilities
Training 301-14 Poor Time Management
Training 301-15 Poor Social Skills
Training 301-16 Short Attention Span
Training 301-17 Poor To No Organizational Skills
Training 301-18 Slow Processing Speed
Training 301-19 Memory Storage Problems
Training 301- 20 Congratulations!