Year: 2020 | Month: June | Volume 8 | Issue 1

Attitude of Teachers on Learning Disabilities in Children

Ranjeetha Golde Vincent Shobha G.
DOI:10.30954/2454-9525.01.2020.3

Abstract:

The study was intended to compare the attitude of government and private school teachers of grades I-IV on learning disabilities in children. The results revealed that teachers of these schools had only moderate level of attitude towards learning disabilities in children. Further, a significant association was seen between demographic variables like monthly income, place of residence and present school experience and selected features related to learning disabilities. Significant association was observed with teachers’ gender; having special training to handle children with learning disabilities; having children with learning disabilities in the classroom and the attitude level of the teachers towards the same.



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