Working memory is crucial for learning
learning difficulty (or disability) related to a deficit in
working memory, at times associated with other symptoms, is
frequent in students affected with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
or dyslexia. In these cases "verbal information
enters through one
ear and pass out through the other”.
These problems are not due to motor, visual or auditive handicaps, nor
even to mental retardation, or emotional disturbance or
environmental, cultural or economical disadvantage.
memory issues can exist without dyslexia or
Attention Deficit Disorder,
memory issues in learning can also be solved with
KM proposed strategies.
It is considered that an individual has a learning
disability when his/her level of cognitive growth is
not commensurate with the corresponding ability in anyone of the
study areas, even having received the educational experiences
corresponding to his/her age.