Description of Psychological Needs in Children with Learning DisabilityAuthor(s): Mohammad Nayef Ayasrah* and Mohamad Ahmad Saleem Khasawneh
When a youngster lacks the drive to study, it might have a negative impact on their academic achievement. It's possible that the problem stems from unsatisfied psychological requirements. It is possible that a child's capacity to learn at school, as well as their growth and ability to change, may be negatively impacted when their needs are not addressed. The goal of the study is to get a more in-depth knowledge of the mental health of children who struggle academically via the use of the research. In order to look into this further, we use a method called a qualitative case study. A method called systematic sampling is used in the gathering of the data. Children of elementary school age who are still having difficulty with reading, writing, and arithmetic despite attending traditional educational institutions are the subjects of this study. The data was collected by secretly observing the subject and interviewing the subject's parents and teachers using a combination of open-ended and semi-structured questions. There were discovered to be three characteristics of children who had difficulties learning, including a short memory, weak learning motivation, and the personality of children who are quiet and seldom spoke. These patterns were then grouped into a total of fourteen different groups. The remaining 11 groups are geared on catering to the emotional requirements of youngsters who struggle intellectually.