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    Definition of a Learning Disability Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article from the JAE special exceptional child issue defines learning disabilities and lists characteristics of the learning disabled. The characteristics of oral expressive, reading/spelling, mathematics calculations, auditory perception, fine motor,...

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    Irlen Syndrome - Why the cool coloured shades? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Inclusive education challenges classroom teachers to meet the various need of all their students. “MISViS (Meares-Irlen Syndrome Visual Stress) is one example of a learning disability that will require additional accommodations, but can be readily managed...

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    Math-Related Problems of Dyslexia Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Strategies for helping the learning-disabled child master math. Math difficulties may be traced to dyslexia and/or reading related problems, may be part of an overall learning disability, but for some math may be the only subject in which they have problems....

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    Teleduc - The Use of Screen Readers for Teaching People with Visual Impairments Tertiary
    The objective of this study is to analyze the contribution of screen reader software, DosVox and Jaws, to distance education, based on the use of people with special visual needs (SNPV's). The study seeks to explore how screen reader software (TL) and the...

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    The Eyes Have It - A Quick Look at Children's Vision Problems Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Elizabeth Holzhauser and Patti Herring share how teachers can become advocates for healthy vision by being alert to signs of vision problems in students. The authors note that early detection is crucial to a child's healthy development. Presented is a brief...

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    Vision for Learning Part II - A Tool for Educators to Assist in the Detection and Treatment of Vision Difficulties Preschool-Grade 8
    "It is essential for educators to be aware of the signs and possible causes of visual difficulties. In fact, the Australasian College of Behavioural Optometrists (2013d, para. 5) considers teachers to be the best screeners for vision problems, through simply...