SCC Learning (dis)Abilities Classes

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Diagnostic/Prescriptive
Educational Assessment
  • Designed for students with average or above ability level.
  • Screening and assessment for learning disabilities.
  • One-to-one sessions with Learning Disabilities Specialist.
  • Group sessions on learning styles and strategies.
  • Individual educational planning for increased success in college.
  • Referrals to resources and information to utilize academic adjustments as well as to understand interpersonal issues and concerns of LD adults.

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Human Career Development 85
Diagnostic Learning in Math
  • Intensive individualized instruction to increase mathematics skills.
  • Alternative, "hands-on" methods, manipulative materials and strategies.
  • Small groups; low student-to-teacher ratio.
  • Computer-assisted instruction.

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Human Career Development 83
Diagnostic Learning in English
  • Intensive individualized instruction to increase reading, spelling, and writing skills.
  • Alternative, "hands-on" methods to enhance success.
  • One-to-five teacher/aide to student ratio in the classroom.
  • Computer-assisted instruction.

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