On an average, 10 percent of students in a classroom have learning differences. But, not all of us are aware of this ‘hidden’ difficulty. So, what is this and how can you help? Find out.
By Team ParentCircle
Learning Difference (LD) – previously known as Learning Disability – is a neurobiological condition in which a child has difficulty in understanding words, language, sound or visual information. In simple terms, the child’s brain is wired differently, so he learns differently from other children. Here, a child will find it difficult to process information that it is taught in typical ways at school. It is important to note that children with LD usually have average or above average intelligence. Some of them may even have superior intelligence.
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