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Title: Effective management of students with auditory processing disorders (APD) in the classroom setting: essential hints for the teachers and school administrators
Authors: Osisanya, A.
Adewunmi, A.
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan
Abstract: Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) as an auditory impairment impacts on the functional listening abilities of persons with it. For instance, persons with APD usually have difficulty localising sounds, mishear auditory information, and take longer to respond to, and process auditory information, leading ultimately to challenging learning situations- both for the student and the teacher. Strategies of managing students with APD are adequately discussed, with management tips for teachers and suggestions for the school administrators.
ISBN: 978-978-946-490-6
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