Aims & Scope

Insights into Learning Disabilities (ILD) is a membership journal of Learning Disabilities Worldwide (LDW). It is primarily designed for practitioners (teachers, educators, psychologists, therapists, school counselors etc.), who work with children, youth and adults with learning disabilities and related disorders. Its purpose is to publish articles that share information about empirically substantiated methods that have direct application in real life settings. Manuscripts should target strategies that are aimed at improving the lives of individuals who exhibit difficulties in basic psychological processes responsible for listening, thinking, speaking, reading, spelling, writing and doing mathematical calculations. ILD welcomes the following kinds of papers: original research, systematic literature reviews, meta-analyses, case reports, and descriptions of proven interventions or programs.

Some examples of keywords that belong to the scope of ILD are:

  • Learning disabilities
  • Reading difficulties
  • Spelling difficulties
  • Dyslexia
  • Mathematical difficulties
  • Dyscalculia
  • Written language disorder
  • Dysgraphia
  • Inclusion
  • Special education
  • Teaching
  • Classroom instruction
  • Evidence based practice
  • Response to intervention
  • Instructional effectiveness
  • Assessment
  • Disability identification
  • Learning motivation
  • Academic self-concept
  • Vocational development

2019 Impact Factor: 0.500

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