Education: The Disadvantages And Disadvantages Of Learning Disabilities

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Throughout the years many children in school have been deemed erroneous, mischievous, negligent, every substandard name in the book, but have you ever wondered why some children misbehave more than others or just irrationally? Well many statistics show that children that look normal and healthy physically have underlying illnesses that aren 't recognizable to the naked eye. These illnesses are known as learning disabilities or emotional disturbances, such as ADHD, ADD, dyslexia, etc. These learning disabilities among children in schools can be a disadvantage, however, technology and research today can overcome these disadvantages and make learning easier and more effective for these children. Most of the world 's population are aware that learning disabilities exist and how some of them affect children 's ability to function correctly in certain situations, but what are learning disabilities truly? The textbook definition of learning disabilities, ¨[are] any of various disorders involved in understanding or using spoken or written language, including difficulties in listening, thinking, talking, reading, writing, spelling, or arithmetic.¨, -Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th Edition. So obviously if these disabilities affect children 's ability to do basic activities such as read, write, think, talk, etc. they would have a difficult time in school and them not being able to function properly like the other children around them will trigger emotional disturbances such
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