Children with Special Needs: Assessment, Law and Practice - Caught in the Act

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This book covers the assessment of and procedure for children who have greater difficulty learning than the majority of children their age. It challenges the "innate skill" theory of learning, which assumes that children's ability to learn is unalterable. The authors argue that the dynamic view of learning, shared by many psychologists and educationalists, still remains to be applied to the practice of educating, especially educating children with special needs. Learning is itself a learned skill and therefore can and ...

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