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Learning Disabilites

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Learning Disabilities Permanent neurological brain structures that affect the brain's ability to store, process, or communicate information.
Who does learning disabilities mostly affect? Children and adolescents, although adults can also struggle with learning disabilities.
True or False: ADD/ADHD is a type of learning disability. False. ADD/ADHD is considered Other Health Impairments under IDEA. However, many children with learning disabilities have also been diagnosed with ADD/ADHD.
What is RTI? Response to Intervention: a multi-tiered system that supports students with learning needs in the general education classroom.
General Education Classroom This is the best environment for students with learning disabilities. Here, they can receive RTI support and interact with students performing on or above grade-level.
True or False: Modifications can be beneficial for students with learning disabilities. True. Example: reducing the number of spelling words.
Achievement Gap The scale in which students with learning disabilities fall behind students without disabilities. The achievement gap is more prevalent in secondary grades due to the transition of "learning to read" and "reading to learn".
True or False: Learning to read is natural. False. Students must be able to develop phonological awareness in order to learn to read successfully.
Phonological Awareness The ability to translate written letters to sounds. Phonological awareness is the foundation of both written and spoken language, as well as reading.
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