What Role Do Genetics Play . In The Learning Process? . The IQ Of A Child Is Related To The IQ Of The Parent. . Scientists call this a concordance rate. Children have a concordance rate of about .50 with their parent for IQ.
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What Role Do Genetics Play
In The Learning Process?
It is unlikely that specific learning disorders are inherited directly.
More likely, what is inherited is a subtle brain dysfunction that can lead to a learning disability.
While genetics may be partly responsible for learning disorders, it is likely that environment also plays an importance in their development.
Although the child lacks the stimulation and/or the support for acquiring language, and therefore, may appear learning disabled…
this may not be the case…
A learning delay (Developmental Disorder) should eventually disappear
A Learning Disability is related to brain function and is permanent.
Students with learning problems can be taught different methods that will help them succeed.
The David Program
JoAnn Curcio Cohen, Ph.D.
The David Center
LaSalle College High School