Effect of the Dunn & Dunn Learning Style Strategies on SPED Students
EDUCATORS have been quick to classify students who require special attention with a variety of negative labels - Learning Disabled (LD), Emotionally Handicapped (EH), Emotionally Disturbed (ED), Educationally Disadvantaged (ED), Educable Mentally Retarded (EMR), and so forth.
Even positive nomenclatures, like Special Education (SPED) or Gifted Education (GE), have taken on a negative aura because children categorized as such differ in the amount of attention they require from teachers.
When examining why these youngsters require more attention, it becomes evident that they do not learn like their classmates do. The majority of SPED students are global processors with tactual …
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Publication information: Article title: Effect of the Dunn & Dunn Learning Style Strategies on SPED Students. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Manila Bulletin. Publication date: September 8, 2010. Page number: Not available. © 2009 Manila Bulletin Publishing Corp. COPYRIGHT 2010 Gale Group.
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