Creativity and Level of Aspiration of Learning-Disabled and Non- Disabled Children

July 2011
International Journal of Education & Allied Sciences;Jul-Dec2011, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p119
Academic Journal
Learning disabled is a term used to describe children who show the symptoms of considerable difficulty in understanding or using spoken language, reading, writing, spelling and /or arithmetic during the developmental period (before16 years of age). This paper discusses the specific characteristics of learning disabled children, and compares the learning-disabled and non- disabled children on the basis of creativity and level of aspiration as there is a close relation between learning disability and creativity Knowledge of the Creativity and Level of Aspiration of Learning-Disabled and Non- Disabled Children can be used to take advantage in the design of appropriate and effective educational Programmes for Learning Disabled. The joint efforts of the teacher, parents, curriculum planner and teacher training institutions could emerge as most successful tool in managing this disorder.


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