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Other possible indicators: 
 (other than academic performance)

  • Learned Helplessness
  • Short attention span
  • Restless or hyperactive
  • Unorganized approach to tasks
  • Listening difficulties
  • Doesn’t follow directions
  • Repetitive behavior
  • Resistant to discipline or  direction
  • Physical complaints
  • Lack of self-help skills
  • Temperamental 
  • overly sensitive
  • Speech problems    

Signs of  Possible Learning Disabilities:

  • Poor spelling
  • Chooses printing over cursive
  • Seems to have more ability than his/her report card reflects
  • Unpredictable in classroom performance
  • Poor pencil grip – soft neurological signs of LD
  • It takes a lot to produce a legible piece of writing 
What is a learning disability (LD)?
LD is more than a difference or difficulty with learning — it is a neurological disorder that affects the brain's ability to receive, process, store, and/or respond to information.  The National Center For Learning Disabilities
For more information on Learning Disabilities:
Research on Handwriting:

Two case studies on a fourth grade boy having
difficulties with handwriting. (see below)
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Rx for Reading student 
working on phonics rules
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