Learning problems on educational context for cascol parish
Learning problems have become a relevant topic within the psycho-pedagogical area, referring to problems in language acquisition, reading, and writing or in the numerical area. Students who have learning problems have certain characteristics such as normal or higher intelligence and do not have any sensory deficits. The objective of the work is to know the different learning problems that arise in the students of the educational institutions of the Cascol parish of the Pajàn canton. The paper offers a conceptual analysis of the different learning problems. It has approached from the definition, causes, and consequences where several authors who have studied the subject have analyzed. The ability of teachers to analyze and investigate the problems that generate or cause the blockage in the development of their skills and the importance of psychological support to students who have learning problems to provide strategies to correct and avoid complications in the future has analyzed. The impact on the youth of the parish of Cascol, the importance of knowing the causes and consequences of different learning disorders has analyzed. Finally, the conclusions of the work have exposed, where the relevance of the study has shown to know the different learning problems in adolescents.
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