The viability of technical accession to physical science instruction to mitigate learning disabled students in semi-urban area
koushik Halder,  Dr. Debashis Dhar,  Dr. Udayaditya Bhattacharya,  Chaitali Bhattacharjee
Samuel A. Kirk, 1963, from Chicago, used the term first to describe these children as “Learning disabled” children who have average or elevated ability but have difficulty at least in one or more academic fields and still no other disability, such as intellectual failure. Learning disability is a category that is manifest in infancy as constant learning disabilities to read, write, or literally measure numerical problems, given its natural intellect, formal education, inspiration, socio-cultural incentive, and intact hearing and vision.
A learning disability is a neurological condition which influences the brain's ability to send, get, and process information. A child with a learning disability may have difficulties in reading, writing, speaking, listening and with general comprehension. Learning disabilities include a group of disorders such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia and dysgraphia.
Technology has created a revolution in opportunities for impaired learners are one of the most impressive advances I've seen in education over the past ten years. Differently-able students have struggled with their assignments for years or been left out of multiple classrooms or subjects because schools had accessibility or instructional problems.
The consequence has been that students with learning disabilities have long been exposed to insufficient and unequal resources for schooling. However, the exponential growth and introduction of computer-based technologies has created a sea shift in the possible resources for students with learning disabilities, ending the stigma and restricted opportunities faced by students with learning disabilities for a long time. Computer programs have been developed to make it easier for students with learning disabilities to access information, express their thoughts and progress, and engage in educational experiences.
In this paper the investigator attempts to viability of technical accession to physical science instruction to mitigate learning disabilities in semi-urban areas in north 24 parganas district in West Bengal, India.
Keywords- Learning disability, Technology.
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koushik Halder,  Dr. Debashis Dhar,  Dr. Udayaditya Bhattacharya,  Chaitali Bhattacharjee,   "The viability of technical accession to physical science instruction to mitigate learning disabled students in semi-urban area"
, International Journal of Engineering Development and Research (IJEDR), ISSN:2321-9939, Volume.8, Issue 4, pp.6-11, October 2020, Available at :http://www.ijedr.org/papers/IJEDR2004002.pdf