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Effective Study Strategies for Students With Learning Disabilities

By Karen Loffredi

EDUC 737


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A student with a learning Disabilitiesdisability hasdifficulty organizing information

Difficulty with processing information, both auditory and visual

Poor motor abilities

Oral language difficulties

Difficulty focusing and attending to the task

Difficulty in learning, specifically, in speaking, listening, writing, reading, and mathematics

Why is homework such a struggle for the LD Child?


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Students Disabilitieswith learning disabilities need to learn effective study strategies.



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Parents and educators working together can teach the child effective study strategies that can lead to success throughout their lives!


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How can parents help their children learn effective strategies?

  • Discuss with your child a plan that can make studying and homework easier (ie; make a list)

  • Find a quiet place for your child to study

  • Decide on an appropriate time to do homework

  • Check to make sure they have the appropriate tools for study(reference books, utensils, paper, etc.)

  • Check their assignment notebooks daily and ask them to show you the materials needed to complete the work


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What are some homework strategies that educators can teach to students with disabilities?

  • Give clear and appropriate assignments

  • Make accommodations in homework assignments

  • Use a homework planner/assignment notebook

  • Ensure clear home/school communication

  • Teach study skills


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A checklist can be used to answer yes or no to the following:

  • Assignment notebook is complete for each class/subject

  • Gather all necessary books, notebooks, materials and supplies

  • Understand all assignments and due dates

  • Ask or talk with appropriate persons regarding assignments if needed


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Steps to Easier Learning following:

Study

Learn

Review

Overlearn

Evaluate

Better gradesand higher test scores

More Self-confidence

… the easier learning becomes!


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We can make a difference! following:

Research confirms the importance of parents involvement (Epstein 2001, Hiatt, 2001)

  • Teachers efforts to involve families promote the following:

    • better student attendance

    • higher graduation rate from high school

    • fewer retentions

    • increased levels of parent and student satisfaction with school

    • more accurate diagnosis of students for educational placement in classes

    • reduced number of negative behavior reports

    • higher achievement scores on reading and math tests


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References following:

www.LDonline.org

www.schwablearning.org

www.cdipage.com/free.htm

http://curry.eduschool.virginia.edu/sped/

projects/ose/categories/ld.htm