Learning and Learning Difficulties: A Handbook for Teachers

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Aust Council for Ed Research, 2004 - Education - 180 pages
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This teacher resource explores a variety of learning processes, theories and concepts in order to help educators better understand and distinguish between the causes and outcomes of student learning problems. Westwood argues that many learning problems can be prevented or minimised.
  

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Peter Westwood has over forty years experience in education, the past thirty as a lecturer in special education in teachers' colleges and universities in Australia and overseas. He is currently an Associate Professor in Special Education at the University of Hong Kong.

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