Yıl: 2020 Cilt: 12 Sayı: 1 Sayfa Aralığı: 84 - 95 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.20489/intjecse.722383 İndeks Tarihi: 31-10-2020

Early Signs oSpecific Learning Disabilities in Early Childhood

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Since comprehensive evaluation of academic skills cannot be extensively conducted inearly childhood, specific learning disabilities cannot be diagnosed in preschool-aged children. To evaluate academic skills, children must be school-aged and interventions cannot begin in the preschool period. However, specific learning disabilities in children mayalso be noticed during preschool. Preschool teachers need to determine which kids areat risk of having specific learning disabilities so that they can be detected early and anintervention provided. Preschool teachers need to be aware of the early signs of specificlearning disabilities to distinguish between typically developing children and those at riskof having specific learning disabilities. In this review, studies describing the preschoolcharacteristics of students at risk of having specific learning disabilities are examined,and the early signs of specific learning disabilities and early intervention processes aredescribed based on the literature. Research suggests that the signs of specific learningdisabilities can be seen in early childhood. The need for preschool teachers and familiesto be sensitive to the characteristics of children at risk of specific learning disabilities inthe context of early intervention is discussed.
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