The lack of ability to read at the same competency as others for a given age.
1. Doctrine in philosophy that objects have an existence, even in the absence of an observer. 2. An older doctrine that states univerals, as...
Consecutive thought on the part of an individual, as in thinking a problem through. 2. Philosophically, the intellect as a source of...
Pulling prior learning or experience into current consciousness. Also the process of doing so.
The fatigue shown by a receptor to a particular stimulus after repeated exposure.
A teaching strategy to facilitate a student's understanding of material already covered. It is also designed to reinforce retention of the material.
An overhaul of perspectives and ambitions; often the result of completion of the grieving process by subjects when illness produces a major disability.
Any specific two-dimensional layout of information.
More commonly known as redintegration.
Reintegration of a subject to society after incarceration or exposure to other institutionalized living situations. Also can refer to the return of a...