The educational needs of children or adults who have learning difficulties or disabilities that make it harder for them to learn or access education. See Dyslexia.
The sum of learning sequences followed by an individual to acquire knowledge, skills or competences.
The added value of education and training for individuals and the society.
- benefits of education and training can be private, i.e. received by individual persons or enterprises, or public, benefiting a whole region, economy or society;
- benefits can be monetary (e.g. wages), economic (e.g. employment, productivity, growth) or non-monetary (e.g. health, well-being, social cohesion; reduced criminality).
A way of judging learner performance. Assessment methods include: teachers’ feedback; peer group critique; written and oral course work, portfolio development, tests and examinations.