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Four established techniques will combat the pernicious combination of adolescence and learning disabilities.
Acupressure in the classroom is a new thrust that promises to promote learning and a feeling of wellbeing.
Techniques (what to avoid and what to use) when responding to writing efforts of LD students
A nonverbal technique of sentence development using three major components: pictures, model sentence configurations, and function words
"I'm getting their word recognition skills developed, but what about their comprehension skills? What do I do now?" Does this sound familiar?
A simple technique requiring few materials is effective in teaching simple addition to mildly handicapped children.
The benefits of a single home visit can follow the child throughout the entire school year in terms of student-teacher understanding and rapport.
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