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Here are the top ten articles for the Learning Disabilities Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Making a Change in Behavior
Procrastination is a very powerful. It can make or break a dream. Children with learning disabilities often have trouble getting started with certain things in life because motivation is not present. The effects of procrastination can decrease with simple changes to daily routines.
2. Increasing Learning with Disabilities
Students with learning disabilities have the ability to learn. They just learn differently. Student learning can be increased by simple cause and effect strategies.
3. Success Is Within Reach
Children, as well as adults with learning disabilities often get discouraged from past failures. Certain rules should be developed and followed on a daily basis. Daily successes can be achieved by following rules of success.
4. Completing Goals This Year
Every year most people around the world make New Year’s Resolutions. The sad fact is that most fail. Resolutions can be attained more easily when goals are set and a strategy for completion is developed.
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6. Smoking and Learning Disabilities
Smoking has a direct affect on children with learning disabilities. Learn the risks and ways to prevent.
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8. True Meaning of Success
Children with disabilities can succeed in life. The true meaning of success varies from one person to the next. The first step to success is to understanding yourself.
9. Maintaining Positive Behavior
Children with learning disabilities often portray behavior challenges. Negative behaviors can be changed. Simple strategies can be used to develop and maintain a positive behavior.
10. Learning Effects of the Diet
An unhealthy diet can have a drastic effect on a child’s ability to learn. A diet consisting of high amounts of sugars and carbohydrates and not enough fruits and vegetables can actually starve the brain.
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