93/01/01 - List Of 123 New ERIC Digests with Limited English Proficiency and Other special needs. Children's Literaturefor Adult esl Literacy. ed354416 Workplace Literacy lessons from Practice. http://www.ericfacility.net/databases/ERIC_Digests/index/edo93.html
Extractions: The 123 ERIC Digests listed below were added to the full-text database in January, 1994. File Name File Title The Classroom Teacher as Teacher Educator. Access to Literacy for Language Minority Adults. The Language Experience Approach and Adult Learners. Consumer Competency: A National Status Report. Guidelines for Computer-Assisted Reading Instruction. Providing an Appropriate Education to Children with Attention Deficit Disorder. Challenging Gifted Students in the Regular Classroom. Developing Learner Outcomes for Gifted Students. How Parents Can Support Gifted Children. Learning Disabilities. Learning Disabilities: Glossary of Some Important Terms. Collaboration in Schools Serving Students with Limited English Proficiency and Other Special Needs. Proposal Writing for Two-Year Colleges. ERIC Fact Sheet, No. 2. Incorporating Humanities Instruction in Vocational Programs. ERIC Fact Sheet, No. 4. The Assessment of Entering Students. ERIC Fact Sheet, No. 6.
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Extractions: Educ 320 Description This course introduces students to the methods and skills related to teaching English as a second or foreign language. We will explore and critically examine: 1) the major approaches and methods of language learning and teaching and how they inform classroom practice; 2) the social, linguistic and affective environment of second language learning; 3) English phonetics, phonology, morphology, and syntax; 4) the methods and techniques of presenting and practicing productive and receptive language skills; and 5) class planning, management and evaluation. In addition to the regular class schedule, there will be a six-week practicum in which students will spend 2 hours per week observing and teaching in an ESL classroom. Course Objectives This course is designed to help students develop an informed, innovative and thoughtful approach to teaching English to students from a wide variety of linguistic and cultural backgrounds; consequently, its aims are to help students: Course Requirements Specific information and assignments related to the following will be given in class: 1) Attend all classes, demonstrate evidence of attentive and reflective reading
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Extractions: To return to the Center's Home Page, click here or close this window EFL Sites for Teachers Professional Development Reference Sources Primarily for Upper Grades Using the Internet in your School ... Funsites Professional Development Funderstanding Learning Styles Learn more about meeting the learning needs of students Educators' Personality Indicator Understand your basic patterns of behavior Multiple Intelligences Gardner's theory in detail - now you can exercise your M. I. The Treasure Trove M.I., Learning Styles, Alternative Assessment (ETNI) ERICae.net Clearinghouse for assessment, evaluation and research. Erikson's 8 Stages of Development Biography, personality theory and chart of this great psychologist Education Teaching Methods Well laid-out resources links by McGraw Hill Publishers Theory into Practice Research 50 major learning and instruction theories.
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Extractions: Special Programs at Pacific Hills Christian School Tina Whiting by Tina Whiting Director of Special Programs All parents desire the best education for their children. Parents of children with special needs are often frustrated because help available for all sorts of reasons, does not meet their special needs. This is especially true for children whose disability is not easily defined, borderline or not recognised. Educationalist researchers and those working with children with disabilities all believe that inclusion in the mainstream is beneficial for disabled and non-disabled children. However, while inclusion is the preferred method of teaching, it is not always the best for special skill areas such as reading and mathematics. This also applies for gifted children as well, who may need a special program to meet their needs within the classroom. Each child should be taught to reach their highest possible potential spiritually, socially, academically and physically in accordance with their strengths and weaknesses. Each child should have the opportunity to begin and grow in a personal living daily relationship with Christ as Lord and Saviour. These principles, when applied in the practices of Pacific Hills Christian School, give the motivation for the inclusion of all students, whatever their abilities in the structure of the school. Special provision is made for students who have special needs, enabling them to achieve according to their abilities. These special needs may include students with disabilities, students with learning difficulties, students with gifts and talents, students from non English speaking backgrounds and students with behavioural disorders. The process of inclusion benefits the total student body as well as the families and staff associated with the school.
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Extractions: Assessment of Students The Kaizen Program doesn't use the ESLOA test for assessing blind and low vision students, since many of its questions are centered on picture identification. However, it does use actual objects, including things that range in size from furniture to coins, instead of pictures. People who are totally blind, whether they have been blind from birth or have lost sight in later life, can usually identify familiar objects by touch. And people with low vision can often see enough to identify familiar objects visually (with or without touch), even if they can't see enough to identify pictures. Kaizen is a small nonprofit with only two staff members, so, in order to increase the number of students served, it is currently partnering with the St. James ESL Program and training blind and visually-impaired volunteer tutors to work with blind and low vision ESL students. In order to make the intake assessment for blind and low vision students roughly equivalent to that for fully sighted St. James ESL students it adapted the intake test, including replacing pictures with objects. For example, if a picture shows a clock face, a tactile clock is used that has feelable and movable hands, and both tactile print numbers and Braille numbers. Also used are such common objects as spoons, napkins, jackets, etc. Questions that involve visuals such as maps, phone book listings, and traffic signs can be replaced with roughly equivalent questions involving things that people with visual limitations will be utilizing.
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Extractions: SPECIAL FEATURES FOR STUDENTS Mawson Hearing Impaired Unit School Counsellor English as a Second Language (ESL) Learning Assistance and Reading Recovery ... Music School Counsellor/Special Needs Team A part-time counsellor is available to provide assessment of students and to be part of the Special Needs Team. The Team meets regularly to discuss students who have been referred by their classroom teacher. English as a Second Language (ESL) A part-time ESL teacher is available to assist those students who need support and who meet one of the following criteria; Support is also available for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students whose first language is an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander language or creole. ESL students may be assisted within the class or withdrawn in small groups, according to their needs. Learning Assistance and Reading Recovery These programs provide additional teaching resources to assist students in need of support in literacy and numeracy. The Learning Assistance or Reading Recovery teacher provides this support. These teachers are trained to identify and assist students either in small withdrawal groups or in consultation with teachers to support the students in their mainstream classes.
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Extractions: updated February 2003 Fraser South Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) Program This site promotes early detection, educates about psychosis and provides direction for seeking help. The main objectives of the EPI Program are to increase understanding of psychosis, decrease stigma associated with having this disorder and provide direct treatment. Early detection of psychosis greatly increases the chance of a successful iMate Adapter Connect any ADB device to you new iMacs, by Griffin Technology, Inc. The iMate USB-to-ADB adapter is what you need for your new iMac, new G3, or new PowerBook computer. The iMate allows you to connect any ADB peripheral, including the Macintosh versions of Discover:Kenx, Discover:Switch, Discover:Board and the Macintosh Switch Interface connector. You can also use the iMate connector for your older ADB mouse devices, keyboards, trackballs, joysticks and others. Information, descriptions From Griffin Technologies , download site for iMate Adapter Driver Academic Software, Inc.
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Extractions: Meeting the Needs of All Students Meeting the needs of ALL students in your classroom requires thorough planning. You must write accommodations for all students including your special education, limited English proficient, title I, and gifted students. You should accommodate the task, content, process, product, and assessment based on student readiness, interests, and learning profile. Writing a Lesson Plan Differentiating Instruction Finding Manageable Ways to Meet Individual Needs
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Extractions: Remote Name: ADAM BYRN TRITT 117 NW 36 Terrace Gainesville, FL 32607 (352)373-0106 email@example.com EDUCATION: 1998-2000 MASTER OF SCIENCES IN ENGLISH EDUCATION WITH FL. STATE DEPT. OF EDUCATION ENDORSEMENT ELIGIBLITY IN TESOL, Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Laud., Florida. 1985-1988 BACHELOR OF ARTS IN PSYCHOLOGY, Florida International University, Miami, Florida. 1982-1985 ASSOCIATE OF ARTS WITH HONORS, Miami Dade Community College, North Campus. COURSES AND SEMINARS: HUMAN RELATIONS TRAINING WORKSHOP, Miami Dade Community College, Opa Locka, Florida. GENERAL AND ADVANCED SEMANTICS, Ethical Hypnosis Consultation and Training Center, Hallandale, Florida. EMPLOYMENT: 2000-Present INSTRUCTOR, City College, Gainesville, Florida. Instructor in Adult Education for Reading, English and Composition and Developmental English. Classes include ESL students. 1998-Present MANAGER, Moon Goddess of Florida, Inc. Managing a retail business. Coordinating staff, purchasing stock, organizing classes and events, advertising and publicity.
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Extractions: Teachers'Pages THE TEACHER'S CORNER We must do more than teach students to surf the net, we must also teach them how to make waves (Shneiderman) When teachers create Web pages, they very often do so for very practical reasons and because they actually need to achieve teaching goals. What can these goals be? - Gathering resources really adapted to the diverse levels and possibilities of our students. This is particularly true if you have to teach teens with disabilities who deserve special needs. English as Foreign Language Interesting resources for teachers that can help in daily classes and at home, from K- 6 to K- 12
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Extractions: DATE TIME TITLE DESCRIPTION March 11, 13, 18, 20 TBA Earth Science A Content Course for Teachers This four part series is designed to help teachers expand their knowledge of earth science. Ideas for demonstrations that can be used in the classroom will also be given. Topics covered will be the solar system, the sun as the intimate energy source, the Earth's components and processes that change the Earth and it's resources. DATE TIME TITLE DESCRIPTION April 8 Best Practices: National Science Awardees #1 This series of 6 lessons features science teachers on all levels who have been awarded "The Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching." Interviews with each teacher provide key information on each lesson and classroom scenes allow viewers to see best practice in action. April 10 Best Practices: National Science Awardees #2 April 15 Best Practices: National Science Awardees #3
Extractions: File Name File Title ED317834.EDO Selected Resources on Developing Vocational Programs for Individuals with Limited English Proficiency. TASPP Brief. ED323339.EDO Improving Outcomes for Students with Special Needs: Integrating Academic and Vocational Education. TASPP Brief Volume 2, Number 1. ED326630.EDO Issues in Vocational Education for Special Populations in Rural Areas. TASPP Brief. ED326696.EDO Boulder Valley Schools Teen Parenting Program: An Exemplary Vocational Education Program Serving a Population with Special Needs. ED329760.EDO Issues in Urban Vocational Education for Special Populations. TASPP Brief. Volume 2, Number 4. ED335297.EDO The Classroom Teacher as Teacher Educator. ERIC Digest 89-7. ED337634.EDO The 1990 Perkins Amendments: No More "Business as Usual." TASPP Brief. ED338916.EDO Education, Training, and Labor Markets: A Policy Perspective. NCEE Brief Number 8. ED350377.EDO Are Hispanic Dropout Rates Related to Migration? Issue Brief. ED350886.EDO Access to Literacy for Language Minority Adults. ERIC Digest. ED350887.EDO The Language Experience Approach and Adult Learners. ERIC Digest. ED351612.EDO Consumer Competency: A National Status Report. ERIC Digest No. 1. ED352206.EDO Parental Satisfaction with Schools and the Need for Standards. Education Research Report. ED352397.EDO Meeting Goal 3: How Well Are We Doing? Education Research Report. ED352630.EDO Guidelines for Computer-Assisted Reading Instruction. ERIC Digest. ED352747.EDO Providing an Appropriate Education to Children with Attention Deficit Disorder. ERIC Digest #E512. ED352774.EDO Challenging Gifted Students in the Regular Classroom. ERIC Digest #E513. ED352775.EDO Developing Learner Outcomes for Gifted Students. ERIC Digest #E514. ED352776.EDO How Parents Can Support Gifted Children. ERIC Digest #E515. ED352779.EDO Learning Disabilities. ERIC Digest #E516. ED352780.EDO Learning Disabilities: Glossary of Some Important Terms. ERIC Digest #E517. ED352847.EDO Collaboration in Schools Serving Students with Limited English Proficiency and Other Special Needs. ERIC Digest. ED353004.EDO Proposal Writing for Two-Year Colleges. ERIC Fact Sheet, No. 2. ED353005.EDO Incorporating Humanities Instruction in Vocational Programs. ERIC Fact Sheet, No. 4. ED353006.EDO The Assessment of Entering Students. ERIC Fact Sheet, No. 6. ED353007.EDO Community College Honors Program. ERIC Digest. ED353008.EDO Quality Circles in the Community College. ERIC Digest. ED353009.EDO Two-Year Colleges. ERIC Digest. ED353022.EDO ESL Population and Program Patterns in Community Colleges. ERIC Digest. ED353329.EDO Performance Assessment. ED353463.EDO Programming Adult Literacy: Developing Individuals and Contexts. ED353604.EDO The Computer-Networked Writing Lab: One Instructor's View. ERIC Digest. ED353688.EDO School-Based Management. Education Research Consumer Guide, Number 4. ED353861.EDO ESL Literacy for a Linguistic Minority: The Deaf Experience. ERIC Digest. ED353862.EDO Staff Development for ABE and ESL Teachers and Volunteers. ERIC Digest. ED353864.EDO Children's Literature for Adult ESL Literacy. ERIC Digest. ED354245.EDO Authentic Mathematics Assessment. ERIC/TM Digest. ED354283.EDO Integrating Academic and Vocational Education: An Equitable Way To Prepare Middle Level Students for the Future. ERIC/CUE Digest, Number 83. ED354416.EDO Workplace Literacy: Lessons from Practice. ERIC Digest No. 131. ED354549.EDO Writing across the Curriculum: Toward the Year 2000. ERIC Digest. ED354608.EDO Peer and Cross-Age Tutoring. ERIC Digest, Number 79. ED354789.EDO Dialogue Journals: Interactive Writing To Develop Language and Literacy. ERIC Digest. ED354903.EDO Networking: K-12. ERIC Digest. ED354988.EDO Reggio Emilia: Some Lessons for U.S. Educators. ERIC Digest. ED355040.EDO Problem Solving in Early Childhood Classrooms. ERIC Digest. ED355041.EDO Multiple Perspectives on the Quality of Early Childhood Programs. ERIC Digest. ED355197.EDO Integrated Services: New Roles for Schools, New Challenges for Teacher Education. ERIC Digest. ED355205.EDO Teacher-As-Researcher. ERIC Digest. ED355206.EDO Safer Playgrounds for Young Children. ERIC Digest. ED355249.EDO Person-Fit Statistics: High Potential and Many Unanswered Questions. ERIC/TM Digest. ED355250.EDO A Precedent for Test Validation. ERIC/TM Digest. ED355251.EDO National Assessments in Europe and Japan. ERIC/TM Digest. ED355252.EDO Resampling: A Marriage of Computers and Statistics. ERIC/TM Digest. ED355253.EDO Open-Ended Questions in Reading. ERIC/TM Digest. ED355254.EDO Reducing Errors Due to the Use of Judges. ERIC/TM Digest. ED355311.EDO Career Academies: Educating Urban Students for Career Success. ERIC/CUE Digest, Number 84. ED355314.EDO Helping Young Urban Parents Educate Themselves and Their Children. ERIC/CUE Digest, Number 85. ED355422.EDO Vision Screening: A Must for Adult Education Programs. ED355454.EDO Adult Literacy Volunteers. ERIC Digest. ED355455.EDO Vocational Education's Role in Dropout Prevention. ERIC Digest. ED355456.EDO Integrating Science and Math in Vocational Education. ERIC Digest. ED355457.EDO Career Education for a Global Economy. ERIC Digest. ED355651.EDO Substance Abuse Policy. ERIC Digest, Number 80. ED355834.EDO Foreign Language Requirements and Students with Learning Disabilities. ERIC Digest. ED355835.EDO Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Current Programs and Projects. ERIC Digest. ED355836.EDO Early Childhood Programs for Language Minority Students. ERIC Digest. ED355859.EDO Faculty Job Satisfaction: Women and Minorities in Peril. ERIC Digest. ED355860.EDO Reconciling Rights and Responsibilities of Colleges and Students: Offensive Speech, Assembly, Drug Testing and Safety. ERIC Digest. ED355900.EDO Total Quality Management in Higher Education: Latest Fad or Lasting Legacy? Policy Briefs of the Education Policy Studies Laboratory. No. 93-01. ED356099.EDO Homeless Children: Meeting the Educational Challenges. ERIC Digest. ED356100.EDO Young Children's Social Development: A Checklist. ERIC Digest. ED356101.EDO Developmentally Appropriate Programs. ERIC Digest. ED356102.EDO Health Care, Nutrition, and Goal One. ERIC Digest. ED356232.EDO Assessing Language-Minority Students. ERIC Digest. ED356291.EDO Meeting Youth Needs with Community Programs. ERIC Digest, Number 86. ED356477.EDO What's Wrong with Writing and What Can We Do Right Now? Research Report. ED356550.EDO Collegial Process versus Curricular Focus: Dilemma for Principal Leadership? Brief to Principals, No. 5. ED356553.EDO Standards for Student Performance. ERIC Digest, Number 81. ED356564.EDO Deteriorating School Facilities and Student Learning. ERIC Digest, Number 82. ED356753.EDO Creating Distinctiveness: Lessons from Uncommon Colleges and Universities. ERIC Digest. ED356906.EDO Collaboration: The Prerequisite for School Readiness and Success. ERIC Digest. ED357113.EDO Teaching Science Effectively to Limited English Proficient Students. ERIC/CUE Digest, Number 87. ED357130.EDO Efficiency, Equity, and Local ControlSchool Finance in Texas. ERIC/CUE Digest, Number 88. ED357131.EDO The Assessment and Placement of Language Minority Students. ERIC/CUE Digest, Number 89. ED357316.EDO Multicultural Counseling. ERIC Digest. ED357317.EDO Striving for Excellence: Counselor Strategies for Contributing to the National Education Goals. ERIC Digest. ED357333.EDO Bibliotherapy. ERIC Digest. ED357433.EDO Poverty and Learning. ERIC Digest, Number 83. ED357434.EDO The Changing Role of School Boards. ERIC Digest, Number 84. ED357436.EDO Who Runs the Schools? The Principal's View. Research Report. ED357476.EDO Policy Considerations in Conversion to Year-Round Schools. Policy Briefs of the Education Policy Studies Laboratory, No. 92-01. ED357642.EDO Communicative Language Teaching: An Introduction and Sample Activities. ERIC Digest. ED357905.EDO Mexican Immigrants in High Schools: Meeting Their Needs. ERIC Digest. ED357906.EDO Integrated Services: A Summary for Rural Educators. ERIC Digest. ED357907.EDO Health Problems among Migrant Farmworkers' Children in the U.S. ERIC Digest. ED357908.EDO Blueprints for Indian Education: Research and Development Needs for the 1990s. ERIC Digest. ED357909.EDO The Migrant Student Record Transfer System (MSRTS): An Update. ERIC Digest. ED357910.EDO Developing Supplemental Funding: Initiatives for Rural and Small Schools. ERIC Digest. ED357911.EDO Hispanics in Higher Education: Trends in Participation. ERIC Digest. ED358069.EDO Making the Grade: Teacher Education's Role in Achieving the National Education Goals. ERIC Digest. ED358198.EDO Building a Successful Parent Center in an Urban School. ERIC/CUE Digest, Number 90. ED358199.EDO The Changing Face of Racial Isolation and Desegregation in Urban Schools. ERIC/CUE Digest, Number 91. ED358363.EDO Working Together for Sex Equity: Nontraditional Programs That Make a Difference. ED358376.EDO Education for Homeless Adults. ERIC Digest. ED358377.EDO Career Resource Centers. ERIC Digest. ED358378.EDO Career Development through Self-Renewal. ERIC Digest. ED358379.EDO Women, Human Development, and Learning. ERIC Digest. ED358487.EDO Teaching Minority Students To Write Effectively. ERIC Digest. ED358581.EDO Understanding the National Goals. ERIC Digest. ED358673.EDO ADHD and Children Who Are Gifted. ERIC Digest #522. ED358674.EDO Behavioral Disorders: Focus on Change. ERIC Digest #518. ED358675.EDO Effective Practices for Preparing Young Children with Disabilities for School. ERIC Digest #E519. ED358676.EDO Identifying and Serving Recent Immigrant Children Who Are Gifted. ERIC Digest #E520. ED358677.EDO Including Students with Disabilities in General Education Classrooms. ERIC Digest #E521. ED358747.EDO Developing Native Language Literacy in Language Minority Adults. ERIC Digest. ED358748.EDO Innovative Programs and Promising Practices in Adult ESL Literacy. ERIC Digest. ED358749.EDO Integrating Reading and Writing into Adult ESL Instruction. ERIC Digest. ED358750.EDO Current Terms in Adult ESL Literacy. ERIC Digest. ED358751.EDO Cross-Cultural Issues in Adult ESL Literacy Classrooms. ERIC Digest. ED358811.EDO Instituting Enduring Innovations: Achieving Continuity of Change in Higher Education. ERIC Digest. ED358812.EDO Crossing Pedagogical Oceans: International Teaching Assistants in U.S. Undergraduate Education. ERIC Digest. ED358840.EDO School-University Partnerships and Educational Technology. ERIC Digest. ED358841.EDO Telecommunications and Distance Education. ERIC Digest. ED358870.EDO Information Literacy for Lifelong Learning. ERIC Digest. ED358871.EDO Public Libraries and Cultural Diversity. ERIC Digest. ED358894.EDO Describing the Non-Liberal Arts Community College Curriculum. ERIC Digest. ED358907.EDO Improving the Performance of the Hispanic Community College Student. ERIC Digest. ED358973.EDO Self-Esteem and Narcissism: Implications for Practice. ERIC Digest. ED359044.EDO Computer Networks for Science Teachers. ERIC CSMEE Digest. ED359045.EDO Education-Business Partnerships: Scientific Work Experience Programs. ERIC/CSMEE Digest. ED359048.EDO Teaching Science through Inquiry. ERIC/CSMEE Digest. ED359049.EDO Earth Systems Education. ERIC/CSMEE Digest. ED359051.EDO Global Issues and Environmental Education. ERIC/CSMEE Digest. ED359064.EDO Environmental Studies and Environmental Careers. ERIC/CSMEE Digest. ED359065.EDO The Effects of Homogeneous Groupings in Mathematics. ERIC/CSMEE Digest. ED359067.EDO Finding Funding for Environmental Education Efforts. ERIC/CSMEE Digest. ED359068.EDO Assessing Student Performance in Science. ERIC CSMEE Digest. ED359069.EDO Approaching Standards for Mathematics Assessment. ERIC/CSMEE Digest. ED360219.EDO Alternative Assessment: Implications for Social Studies. ERIC Digest. ED360220.EDO Geography in History: A Necessary Connection in the School Curriculum. ERIC Digest. ED360221.EDO Achievement of Goal Three of the Six National Education Goals. ERIC Digest. ED360946.EDO Educating Part-Time Adult Learners in Transition. ERIC Digest. ED361057.EDO Challenging the "Revolving Door Syndrome." ERIC Digest.
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Extractions: Special Education DAPE Speech-Language ESL Welcome to the web page for special education at Farmington Middle School West. It is our intention to provide parents, teachers, and members of our community with an insight into our special education program and the children we serve. If you have further comments or questions, please e-mail our Director of Special Education Carla Nohr Schulz Various special education services are available at Farmington Middle School West. The area's are as follows: Students are referred for initial testing by either a parent or a teacher. A pre-referral process takes place in attempts to resolve the concerns. If concerns continue, the referral is brought to a Child Study Team where decisions are made about testing. After an assessment is complete, the team, consisting of the parent and staff involved with the child, meets and reviews the results to determine if special education services are needed. In order to qualify for special education services, certain criteria must be met as described below. "Specific Learning Disability" means a disorder in one or more of the basic psychological processes involved in understanding or in using language, spoken or written, that may manifest itself in an imperfect ability to listen, think, speak, read, write, spell, or to do mathematical calculations. The term includes such conditions as perceptual disabilities, brain injury, minimal brain dysfunction, dyslexia, and developmental aphasia.