Learning problems on brain disorders
The learning problems have aimed at identifying the disorders or disorders of the brain, that has perceived as conflicts of the cognitive system prevent the acquisition of significant knowledge. Among the most frequent problems are mentioned three: Dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia that make it impossible for students to increase reading, writing and mathematical processes, causing disadvantages in the development of skills and abilities. The need for teachers in pedagogical interventions has raised, since they work in conjunction with psychologists and psychologists in order to take control from the detection of a problem and progress, identifying weaknesses and strengths that facilitate the proper application of pedagogical techniques and methods. The methodology applied in this investigation was inductive-deductive, emphasizing the study of problems from the particular to the general and included techniques such as survey, interview, control cards, and observation card. This will have a significant impact on society as critical, analytical and reflective students have formed, who develop in the educational, family and social environment.
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