Formal Learning Disabilities @ Words
Personal Cosmic Game
Words Win, 5-4
01-19-2007 09:46:58 # 1 Lineup: Disable ADHD LF Dyscalculia 3B OCD SS Dyslexia CF NLD 2B Dysnomia 1B Dysgraphia RF TouretteSyndrome C Autism P Lineup: Words Amanuensis C Factotum CF Diffident SS Platonic 3B Ort 2B Socratic 1B Syllogism RF Puerile LF Metadata P Inn. 1: Disable [Starter] Metadata ADHD 1B . . X PB . X . Dyscalculia 7 . X . OCD 8 . X . Dyslexia 5-3 . X . Inn. 1: Words [Starter] Autism Amanuensis 1B . . X X@2:Amanuensis CS 2-4 . . . Factotum 5-3 . . . Diffident 5-3 . . . Inn. 2: Disable NLD 4-3 . . . Dysnomia 5-3 . . . Dysgraphia 1-3 . . . Inn. 2: Words Platonic 6-3 . . . Ort BB . . X *SB:Ort SB . X . Socratic BB . X X Syllogism BB X X X Puerile 1B . X . 2 X@3:Syllogism 7-5 . X . WP X . . Metadata 7 X . . Inn. 3: Disable TouretteSyndrome 5-3 . . . Autism 4-3 . . . ADHD 6-3 . . . Inn. 3: Words Amanuensis 3 . . . Factotum 1B . . X Diffident 1-3 . X . Platonic 1B . . X 1 Ort 5-4 F . . X Inn. 4: Disable Dyscalculia 7 . . . OCD 8 . . . Dyslexia 1B . . X NLD 1B . X X Dysnomia 1B . X X 1 Dysgraphia E-4 X . X 1 TouretteSyndrome BB X X X Autism 1B . X X 2 ADHD 9 . X X Inn. 4: Words Socratic 1B . . X *SB:Socratic SB . X . Syllogism 1B . X . 1 Puerile 2B . X . 1 Metadata 7 . X . Amanuensis 4-3 X . . Factotum K X . . Inn. 5: Disable Dyscalculia 7 . . . OCD 7 . . . Dyslexia 7 . . . Inn. 5: Words Diffident 5-3 . . . Platonic BB . . X Ort 8 . . X X@2:Platonic CS 2-4 . . . Inn. 6: Disable NLD BB . . X Dysnomia 5-4 F . . X Dysgraphia 6-3 . X . TouretteSyndrome 7 . X . Inn. 6: Words Socratic 2B . X . Syllogism BB . X X Puerile 6-3 X X . Metadata 5-3 X X . Amanuensis K X X . Inn. 7: Disable Autism 7 . . . ADHD 2-3 . . . Dyscalculia 2B . X . OCD E-6 X . X Dyslexia 6-3 . X . Inn. 7: Words Factotum 5-3 . . . Diffident 4-3 . . . Platonic 7 . . . Inn. 8: Disable NLD 7 . . . Dysnomia 6 . . . Dysgraphia 9 . . . Inn. 8: Words Ort 5-3 . . . Socratic BB . . X Syllogism 9 . . X X@2:Socratic CS 2-4 . . . Inn. 9: Disable TouretteSyndrome 7 . . . Autism 1B . . X ADHD 4-6 F . . X *SB:ADHD SB/E-2 X . . Dyscalculia 5-3 X . .Words Win, 5-4
Personal Cosmic Baseball Game Report
Formal Learning Disabilities @ Words
Published: January 19, 2007
Updated: April 8, 2017
COSMIC BASEBALL ASSOCIATION 3055
Puerile, the Word's leftfielder gets the Most Cosmic Player award for having three of the five runs batted in and for hitting the hit that scored the go-ahead run during the bottom of the fourth inning.
People with learning disabilities have average to superior intelligence. Many are gifted in math, science, fine arts, journalism, and other creative fields. A list of such people would include Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci, Winston Churchill and many others who have changed the course of our world. However, their tremendous strengths are offset by noticeable weaknesses. These difficulties stem, not from a physical problem with the eyes or ears, but rather from the basic neurological functioning of the brain.
Every human brain is created with a unique pattern of strengths and weaknesses. We each have certain areas that make sense to us easily as well as areas of difficulty that require outside explanation and extra effort to understand.
A learning disability is an area of weakness or inefficiency in brain function that significantly hinders our ability to learn or to function in life. It is a pattern of neurological dysfunction in the brain that causes a person to have difficulty correctly receiving information coming into the brain (perception), correctly processing that information once it is received (cognition/thinking), or satisfactorily responding to the information once it has been processed (written and verbal expression, visual-motor coordination, memory, etc).
Students with learning disabilities experience an imbalance in their own ability levels. They are very good at some things, very poor at others and feel the tension between what they can and cannot do. Frustration is a hallmark of a student with learning disabilities. Typically such students will either be failing in one or more academic areas or be expending excessive amounts of energy to succeed. Also, they are also highly inconsistent, able to do a task one day and unable the next.--Independant Learners Inc.