A Mixed-Technique Method in the Training of Children’s Learning Disabilities

Haghighat zadeh. R., Amiri. S., Molavi. H.

Abstract


It is more than a century that children with learning disability have been studied by educational experts, and this
topic has been studied as a new branch. Learning disability is a kind of disorder which affects all aspects of the
child’s life. Children suffering from this disability have some disorders in their visual, auditory and touch
perception.
These perceptional problems cause limitations in understanding social issues, and some problems in
communicating with other people and peers. The training methods which have so for been used for learning
disability have focused only on one aspect of the disease and have improved only sensory, perceptional or motor
aspects. This study aims at providing a new restorative method in which all the three, i.e. sensory, perceptional and
motor aspects, are taken into consideration. In this method that we introduced in this article, after evaluating
children by means of mixed methods we try to develop the child’s sensory perceptive physical skills. After the
training sessions, the children can be re-tested and the results can be compared.

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International Journal of Psychological Studies   ISSN 1918-7211 (Print)   ISSN 1918-722X (Online)

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