Learning differences are the different ways in which one processes the information that they are being given. According to the NCCD “Learning differences take into account individual learning motivators; learner aspirations, interests, experience and cultural background; and individual students’ strengths and needs.”
The challenges that students (children, teens, and adults) face are often overlooked. The more we come to understand these challenges, traits, and differences the more we are able to educate and communicate in more accessible ways. When we focus on accessibility and effective ways of communicating, information and knowledge becomes more streamlined and we bring back a bigger sense of understanding to humanity.
In this publication, we will cover three common types of learning differences: