Learning Disabilities: The Interaction of Students and Their Environments
This textbook explores how a child's strengths and weaknesses in learning can be helped or aggravated by the learning expectations and behavioral styles encountered in the home and school. The fifth edition splits the instructional strategies chapter into two separate chapters on elementary school a
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