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IMPACT OF A TRAINING PROGRAMME ON PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS' BEHAVIOURAL OUTCOME IN TERMS OF EARLY DETECTION OF LEARNING DISABILITIES IN SCHOOL GOING CHILDREN
Harish Kumar A. R.*
Background: Learning disabilities are due to genetic and/or neurological factors or wound or hurt that modifies brain task in a way that influences one or more methods related to learning. Method: A Quantitative research approach with pre experimental one group pre and posttest design was used to carry out the study at selected educational institutes by using Non - probability convenient sampling technique 40 primary school teachers were included in the study. By using knowledge questionnaire and Opinniare - Likert scale used to data as collected from subjects. Results: The difference in post test scores with pre test scores of knowledge regarding early recognition of learning disabilities among government and private institution primary school teachers was statistically significant indication that the intervention has improved their Knowledge. The difference in post test scores with pre test scores of attitude regarding early recognition of learning disabilities among government and private institution primary school teachers was statistically significant indication that the intervention has improved their attitude. The impact of training programme on behavioural outcome in terms of early detection of learning disabilities in school going children had beneficial effect on primary school teachers. Conclusions: Organized and Implemented training programme on early recognition of learning disabilities proved its beneficial effects for primary school teachers in terms of behavior scores in improving knowledge and attitude level on recognizing children with learning disabilities.[Full Text Article]