BBBM And Reading, Math and Writing Disorders

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Course: Guest Access - Using the Building Blocks of Brain Development to Understand and Assess Learning Disabilities
Book: BBBM And Reading, Math and Writing Disorders
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Date: Sunday, 14 April 2024, 11:25 PM

1. Module 6 Overview

Module 6 BBBM and Reading, Math and Writing Disorders will explore how to use the BBBM to assess for specific learning disabilities

Session Titles

6.1  BBBM and Reading Disorders

6.2 BBBM and Math Disorders

6.3 BBBM and Writing Disorders

Other Information

Please use the left pointing arrow and right pointing arrowblack previous & next arrows or Table of Contents located to the right to navigate through the module. 

For each session there is a Knowledge Check Quiz. You will need a score of 80% or higher to pass the assessment.


2. BBBM and Reading Disorders

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the common Fundamental neurocognitive deficits related to reading disorders
  • Understand which Higher Order block is linked to reading

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Assessment 

Use this link to access the Module 6.1 Quiz to answer the following question:

  • What is one intermediate process that is strongly associated with reading?

3. BBBM and Math Disorders

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the common Fundamental neurocognitive deficits related to math disorders.
  • Know the Higher Order blocks that are linked to math disorders

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Assessment 

Use this link to access the Module 6.2 Quiz to answer the following questions:

  • What is one intermediate process that is strongly associated with math reasoning?

4. BBBM and Writing Disorders

Learning Outcomes

  • What are the common Fundamental neurocognitive deficits related to writing disorders.
  • Name one Higher Order block that is linked to writing.

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Watch the video below.

   

Assessment 

Use this link to access the Module 6.3 Quiz to answer the following questions:

  • What is one intermediate process that is strongly associated with writing?