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A study to assess the effectiveness of self instructional modules (sim) on knowledge regarding learning disabilities of primary school Children among primary school teachers of selected schools, at Lucknow, U.P

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Kavya Pandey, Mubarak Tanko Umar, Mohd.Shaqib, Mu’azu Atiko, Kaynat Ara Ansari, Rabi’atu Yabo Bello, Maneeta Yadav and Abdullahi Khadija Sony Verma and Archana Singh Yadav
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Background of the study: Learning disabilities or learning disorders is an (Elephant) term for a wide ratio of learning problem. Learning is a most complex of brain function of understanding, recalling and utilization of knowledge in future. The capacity to learn multiple from individual to individual even among the children of the same age and intellectual ability. Kids with learning disabilities are not lazy and dumb. In fact most are just as smart as everyone else. Without proper knowledge and perception regarding this reality, all parents and teachers force the children to come out with first rank. “The quality of children`s life solely depends on the type of family environment school and neighbourhood.”-Dr. R. Partha sarthy, unhealthy social surrounding can put them into stress and can increase their vulnerability to develop emotional disorders. Objectives: To evaluate the effectiveness of self instructional module (SIM) on knowledge regarding learning disabilities in primary school children among primary school teachers. Methodology: A Quantitative evaluative research approach pre-experimental one group pre- test & post- test design was used. 30 samples were selected by non-probability convenient sampling technique through survey. The written consent was obtained from the samples. The tool used is self Instructional Module. Firstly sample were selected then pre-test was taken by administrating self Instructional Module after that structured teaching program was given to primary School teachers then on 4th week of data collection period post- test was conducted. Results: The post-test mean knowledge score of Primary school teachers regarding learning disabilities has revealed that score was found higher mean (20.633) and S.D (4.27).

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