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Effective Instruction for Adults with Learning Disabilities

Hughes, C.A. (1998). Effective instruction for adults with learning disabilities. In B.K. Lenz, N.A. Sturomski, & M.A. Corley (Eds.) Serving adults with learning disabilities: Implications for effective practice (pp. 27-43). Washington, DC: National Adult Literacy and Learning Disabilities Center.

Topic: Post-Secondary/Adult Education
Subcategory: Big Picture
Summary: This monograph presents practices validated through research, but with currently few empirical studies investigating instructional techniques for adults with LD, these 14 principles of instruction are based largely on research conducted with adolescents with LD.


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