COMPARATIVE STUDY OF RECIPROCAL TEACHING AND MEDIATED LEARNING ON LEARNING DISABLED IN RELATION TO EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND ANXIETY By Dr.Meenakshi Jindal

Abstract Learning disorders among the children has become a cause of concern for the governments all over the world. Studies in various countries all over the world including India found the prevalence rate of learning disorders among the children to Read More …

A DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT OF STUDENTS’ LINGUISTIC COMPETENCE By Dr. E. Ramganesh and I. Joseph Milton Paulraj

Abstract The existence of high demand for English Language is due to the consideration of English a language of knowledge, a window to the world, a language of liberal and modern thinking and a library language of the era (Reddy, Read More …

A STUDY ON LEARNING DISABILITIES AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS By R.Subramanian and Dr. V. Ramakrishnan

Abstract Secondary education occupies a significant place in the educational reconstruction of a developing country. Ever since educational consciousness developed in India, a great deal of thinking has gone into developing adequate programs of secondary education. In reality, secondary education Read More …