Short-term memory processes in children with learning disabilities.

  • Allen F. Pennington Macquarie University Australia
Keywords: reading comprehension, English language, learning disabilities, speed reading

Abstract

Abstract:
The study evaluates the extent of online teaching among instructors at the selected universities in the Philippines. The study utilized 120 faculty members from the private and state universities in the Philippines. Participants of this study were classified according to gender, type of residence, number of years in teaching, highest educational attainment, and department. The researchers used quantitative and qualitative research designs. The quantitative research design utilized a Likert -type data instrument and statistical tools used were mean, t-test, and Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). The study was submitted and evaluated for its contents by the experts in the qualitative method. Moreover, qualitative data and information will be gathered through the interview to be conducted by the researchers themselves. The qualitative design process was guided by the qualitative and qualitative experts and was based on a qualitative framework by Creswell (2012). Results revealed that online teaching using JEL was "very high." The challenges derived from the qualitative views and statements experienced by the respondents were the following: (1) interrupted and unstable signal, (2) technical issues in the middle of using, (3) unpreparedness of the respondents as they shared that they need more training and hands-on, and (4) frequent maintenance of JEL.

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Published
2022-02-28
How to Cite
Pennington, A. (2022). Short-term memory processes in children with learning disabilities. EDUCATIO : Journal of Education, 6(4), 315-323. https://doi.org/10.29138/educatio.v6i4.597
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