Study to examine how students with Down syndrome learn best

10/26/2008 | ScienceDaily

University of Denver researchers are studying which teaching methods are most effective for young children with Down syndrome. "There has been little to no research on how our children with Down syndrome learn," said Michelle Sie Whitten of the Rocky Mountain Down Syndrome Educational Fund, which is funding the study. "There have been significant breakthroughs in terms of how children with other developmental disabilities learn, and I strongly believe that our kids deserve the same attention."

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