Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

Emotional Impact of Learning Disabilities in Middle School Aged Children: Adlerian Approach
by McConnell, Kelly m., M.A., Saint Mary's College of California, 2018, 81; 10824352
Abstract (Summary)

This project presented the social and emotional impact of a learning disability among middle school aged children as compared to typical learners. A review of literature summarized the comparison of the social/emotional needs of typical middle school learners to students with learning disabilities. Additionally, the review of literature explored current interventions for students with a learning disability. Findings suggest that students with a learning disability have higher rates of anxiety, depression, high-school drop-out, and increased rates of suicide and current intervention models are not meeting the unique needs among students with a learning disability. As a proposed intervention to support students with a learning difference, this project includes a comprehensive outline of an 8-week social/emotional/and psychoeducational group aimed to provide students with a learning difference the opportunity to uncover mistaken beliefs about who they are as a learner and refine their self-concept in positive ways.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Thomas, Suzy, Moughamian, Ani
Commitee: Moskal, Mary Kay, Moughamian, Ani, Thomas, Suzy
School: Saint Mary's College of California
Department: Education
School Location: United States -- California
Source: MAI 57/06M(E), Masters Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Middle School education, Education, Special education, Counseling Psychology
Keywords: Challenges, Emotional, Learning disability, Social
Publication Number: 10824352
ISBN: 9780438089242
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