The term ‘Learning Disabilities’ generally refers to a neurobiological disorder in one or more of the basic process involved in understanding spoken or written language. This could affect a person’s ability to speak, listen, read, spell, reason, organize information or do math calculations. However, he/she could with appropriate help and remedial intervention, improve and succeed in school and life. Remedial intervention focuses on refining the core academic skills of reading, spelling, writing, math, comprehension and reasoning.
Remedial tutoring focuses on teaching the basic skills of reading, writing, spelling and comprehension. It must also stimulate meta-cognition, improve organizational skills, increase attention and create self-esteem.
The various stages of the remediation process show how the relationship between the remedial tutor and student is incremental witheach stage being a preparation for the next.
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