Learning With Disabilities
What Learning Disabilities Can Teach Us
About Learning & Instruction
To be truly learner-centered, college instruction must be sensitive to individual differences. Not all college learners are well-adapted to traditional teaching and testing methods. The latest research on dyslexia will be discussed to illustrate some of the variation in learning abilities, and what might be done at the university level to accommodate these differences.
November 9, 2006 - Frank Manis
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