Mother-child teaching strategies and learning disabilities.

@article{Lyytinen1994MotherchildTS,
  title={Mother-child teaching strategies and learning disabilities.},
  author={Paula Lyytinen and Helena Rasku-Puttonen and A M Poikkeus and M. L. Laakso and Timo Ahonen},
  journal={Journal of learning disabilities},
  year={1994},
  volume={27 3},
  pages={186-92}
}
The teaching strategies used by mothers of sons with learning disabilities (LD) (n = 30) and normally achieving sons (NLD) (n = 30) were examined. The children were matched for age (8- to 11-year-olds) and for parents' socioeconomic status. The behavior of mother-child pairs was videotaped in a teaching task that was constructed to resemble a homework assignment. The results showed that the mothers of children with LD used fewer high-level strategies, and their total time used in teaching was… CONTINUE READING