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Intellectual Development Disorder
Psychopathology In K-12 Education
21st Century Teaching Strategies
Research-Based Psychological  Strategies
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American Psychological Association
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EDUCATING CHILDREN TODAY
Intellectual Development Disorder is the psychological inability of a student in grades K-12 to
perform at grade level proficiency.

Intellectual Development Disorder is the result of a student's deficiency in cognitive, social, or
behavioral skills that impair
grade level curriculum learning.  A student may be a resistant or
reluctant learner, or have personal learning needs.  The disorder may be related to nature
or nurture
factors, family disruptions, community and peer influences, or intellectual
deprivation.


The objective of treating the disorder is development of a student's ability to become immersed
in grade level curriculum content.  The objective can be achieved through improvement of a
student's skills in attention, information  processing, and memory.  The outcome will be a
student's psychological ability to perform at grade level proficiency.

The goal of intellectual development for K-12 students is the acquisition of Knowledge which
provides Understanding and Skills to create a Quality Product as successful academic
achievement.