Understanding the typical life of a challenged learner (learning delayed)

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It is difficult to imagine anyone in the teaching profession who has not come across a student who is a step behind what is expected to be his or her baseline.

While some people might label that learner as “dull,” more people are becoming aware that the brain of a challenged learner may have learning delays. Jensen, E (2011) describes Learning Delayed (LD), as “a child’s failure to make the usual development milestones typical of his or her age.”

Learning Delayed presents itself in multiple disorders. I have come across learners who really struggle in basics skills such as hand writing, simple mathematical calculations and recalling information.

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