The 3 Ls: The Difference between Learning Disability, Low Ability and Low Literacy
This course was written and is facilitated by Wendy Sweeney, MA, Licensed Psychologist, and PANDA Manager. PANDA - Minnesota Adult Basic Education, Physical And Nonapparent Disability Assistance, provides Minnesota ABE programs disability support, knowledge, and resources to increase academic opportunities for students. Funded by a grant from the Minnesota Department of Education. Visit PANDA’s website at https://pandamn.org
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When students have learning challenges, it can be difficult to determine why. Learn how to distinguish between a learning disability, low ability, and low literacy. Acquire knowledge about different types of learning disabilities. Gain information about students with low ability and valuable resources. Understand the complicated nature of learning for students from other cultures. You will learn about specific tools to help understand learning differences and learn methods to improve instruction for all students.
This course is intended to meet Continuing Education Unit (CEU) requirements for modifying and adapting curricula, materials, and strategies to appropriately meet the individual needs of students. Teachers who complete all units, including the course quiz and evaluation will receive three state approved CEUs. Final approval of CEUs is granted by local re-licensure committees operating in K-12 public school districts.
Approximate time to complete course: 3 hours.
- Acquire knowledge about different types of learning disabilities and symptoms
- Gain information about students with low ability and obtain valuable resources
- Understand the complicated nature of ESL student learning
- Discover tools to help distinguish between all 3 L’s
- Learn methods to improve instruction for all students
- Print the Workshop Handout and the Multisensory Handout
Print the Workshop Handout and the Multisensory Handout
- View the Workshop
View the Workshop
- Take the Quiz
Take the Quiz
- Course Evaluation
In order to automatically notify the instructor you have completed the course, you need to complete the course evaluation. Click on the link below and then click "Edit Questions".
We appreciate your feedback and will use it to improve this course and others we develop. The instructor will review the coursework and email CEUs for completion directly to you.