International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Analysis Study Research Paper | Educational Psychology | Ecuador | Volume 11 Issue 11, November 2022

Dysgraphia in Children's Emotional Development

Johanna Alcivar Ponce [2] | Alexandra Jara Escobar [3]

Abstract: The learning disorder of literacy known as dysgraphia, can affect the emotional development of the child in aspects of growth, so its prevention is necessary. Evaluations were applied within the 5th year of general basic education of the "Bogot?"" Educational Institution, where significant changes were observed in the personality and character of the child. Therefore, in Ecuador knowledge of neurocognitive processes must be deepened in children and be able to optimize the information process, improving meaningful learning, critical thinking and thus improve self - esteem and emotional development in students. The present study is justified by the learning difficulties that are externalized in the educational process of children, who present problems in writing performance. The role of those responsible for educational training is to know strategies that minimize this impact on the personality of the individual as such. However, in the teaching - learning process of children where problems have been observed in the assimilation of reading and writing, in the aspect such as pronunciation, comprehension and mathematical calculations.

Keywords: reading, writing process, emotional development, learning, warning

Edition: Volume 11 Issue 11, November 2022,

Pages: 625 - 628

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