Learning Disabilities

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Does your child struggle with academics, and you are concerned that they may have a disability? This provides a far more comprehensive picture than can be gleaned from standard testing, thereby allowing teachers to better serve students throughout their elementary school careers. With a good system of reinforcing games that provides real-time feedback, the teacher can pinpoint trouble areas and provide support to those children who are having difficulty understanding the concepts being taught.

There are even special education teaching opportunities available in hospitals, mental health facilities and doctors’ offices. 9. Specific Learning Disability (LD): Exhibits a disorder in one or more of the basic psychological process (such as visual, motor, language etc) which negatively affects a child’s education.

The use of online games and virtual lessons gives teachers a powerful way to track advances made by every student in a particular class. Finally, the functional modules and system architecture of the ontology-based adaptive e-learning system (OntoAES) were presented, the correlation and application pattern between various Ontology and system modules were studied.

Based on analysis of user learning behavior records, the analysis and definition of the potential learning resource relation pattern based on users’ use of log, the relation model and user preference model were acquired through information extraction and data mining technologies.

Down Syndrome

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Special education and learning disabilities articles for students with learning disabilities, their teachers and parents. Jobs in special education teaching can be adapted to special settings, making each job slightly different. Semantic learning web, which combines semantic web and web-based education technologies, shed lights on the development of modem education, and provide learners more efficient and high-quality intelligent services.

Some special education teachers have auditory training to supplement their work with deaf children. These services are vital to your child’s success throughout his primary and secondary education. If your child does have a disability, an appropriate diagnosis is important in order for the state to recognize him as a special education student.

3. Mental Retardation: Defined as significantly below average general functioning, with deficits in adaptive behavior, which negatively affects the child’s education. They include adaptive physical education teachers, individuals who can alter the regular physical education requirement so that blind, deaf or physically handicapped children can take part in the classes.

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The modern elementary school math curriculum is based around a common set of standards designed put all children on the same level at the end of each grade. 6. Hearing Impairment: Exhibits a hearing loss that is permanent or fluctuating, which even with amplification negatively affects the child’s education. Learning trajectories are attempts to describe the varying paths children may follow to develop mathematics understanding.

In some countries, scooters are specially designed to enable people with CP to travel further distances without relying on public transport. 5. Deafness: Residual hearing is severely impaired in processing the spoken word, negatively affecting the child’s education.

Online tools and games that monitor each stage of interaction can react in real-time to the growing aptitude of each individual student, thereby providing individualized instruction that may not be possible through traditional teaching methods. The semantic association among user model ontology, domain knowledge ontology and learning resources description Ontology was analyzed.

Online Learning Through Adaptive Remediation

As information increases explosively, the diversity and heterogeneity of knowledge in different domains make it difficult to represent and share knowledge. When these kids engage in an online environment, they learn critical skills while having fun at the same time. These teachers must make sure that children are still getting plenty of exercise, even if they are in wheelchairs. IDL Systems offers accredited courses by New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Learning.

A well-modeled basis was build for the adaptive e-learning system. From the many tens of models that are debated in the academic literature, IDL Systems has synthesized “five learning styles” that represent the broad spectrum of ways the people learn. Often the modifications and strategies that are recommended provide your child with enough support that academic performance is improved and special education services are not required.

Bipolar Disorder

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The sixth of our series of ten articles on cerebral palsy (CP) looks at the range of aids and other adaptive equipment that help people with CP to move about and communicate effectively. As a student progresses through a course, IDL’s Adaptive Learning Server continuously collects data on the student’s performance, steering the student into the learning style that best fits him or her and ensuring that every student masters the material.

IDL systems has been very successful in curbing the dismal e-learning drop of rate. Jobs in special education teaching include working one on one with severely handicapped students, being part of a team at a deaf school or hospital, using music therapy. Teaching jobs can include being teachers’ assistants, working as aides or being a teacher without special certification.
Pre-referral helps to make certain that your child is provided with appropriate modifications and accommodations before being referred for special education testing.