Psychomotor performance of students with learning disabilities in calculus. The learning disabilities LD present a challenge because they refer to students with good cognitive performance but low academic performance at school, which stands out for no apparent reason, since they do not have any mental disability, socio-economic deprivation, serious emotional disturbance or sensory loss. The extensive and diverse conceptual framework includes theoreticians that associate LD to low psychomotor performance. The aim of this study was to check whether there is a correlation between LD in calculus and psychomotor performance. Keywords: psychomotor skills; psychomotor competence; learning process.
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We observed that most students did not show changes in the NPMD, and that the selfreport identified: changes in the family model, few possibilities for sports and leisure, preference for playing as entertainment, school as the prevailing environment, good self-perception of health, accessibility problems. In addition, we identified one child with delay in some isolated psychomotor factors, but with a good general psychomotor performance.
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