Intended for teachers educators and specialists who are interested in the problems of learning disabilities the text presents principles and practices necessary in the clinical teaching approach to children with learning disabilities areas considered include learning disabilities in general the brain and learning and special education and learning disabilities. I had this book for my first class on learning disabilities in early 1970 and it is still very relevant even though the field has gone through changes as the definition of ld is still in question this book is very comprehensive if you want a complete book on learning disabilities have this book in your library and dont give it away. In their 1967 book learning disabilities educational principles and practices doris j johnson and helmer r myklebust characterize how someone with these kinds of disabilities appears in a classroom an example is the child who fails to learn the meaning of the actions of otherswe categorize this child as having a deficiency in social . Learning disabilities educational principles and practices item preview remove circle share or embed this item embed embed for wordpress learning disabilities educational principles and practices by johnson doris j myklebust helmer r joint author publication date 1967. The audience for this text is teachers educators and specialists who want to more fully understand learning disabilities as the title suggests this book describes principles and practices for teaching children with learning disabilities it includes an overview of learning disabilities the brain and learning and special education
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