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Accomodating multiple learning

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Understanding the implications of learning disabilities, preparing to teach students with diverse characteristics, and learning to accommodate students with learning disabilities are essential for faculty and staff to provide academic and career opportunities for these students that are equivalent to those provided to their nondisabled peers.

Some instructors and administrators suspect that students who claim to have learning disabilities are faking it, are playing the system, or lack the intelligence needed to succeed in college.

Learning styles describe the ways in which individual children acquire information, evaluate it, and then examine their findings.

Learning styles in general are applicable to all content areas and settings.

Effective teachers try to present materials in ways that will interest children and help them to absorb the information.