LEARNING PROBLEMS AMONG CHILDREN WITH MILD INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY
Keywords:Mild intellectual disability, ACADIA Test, Learning problems, Development abilities, Standard Deviation.
The purpose of this study is to study the status in their own classes of students with mild intellectual disability. 400 integrated youngsters with mild intellectual challenges participated. In general, children with a moderate intellectual handicap received far fewer choices as regards factor of skill, factor of sympathy and factor of competition than non-disabled kids. The aim of the research is to analyse specific pupils who have mild intellectual disabilities' learning challenges. We employed ACADIA for our research, which includes 13 tests to evaluate the general operation of the individuals. 140 students participated in the research. The sample was separated in two groups: intellectual disabled children (our target group) and the control group. We found that all intellectually disabled students usually have specific learning difficulties. According to individual sub-testing analyses, we found that these pupils had the ability to combine visually while achieving inferior results on the subtest of audio memory.