Some articles on skill deficits, skills, deficits:
... children with executive dysfunction typically demonstrate skill deficits that can be categorized into two broad domains a) self-regulatory skills and b) goal-oriented skills ... of McDougall’s summary and provides an overview of specific executive function deficits that are commonly observed in a classroom environment ... It also offers examples of how these deficits are likely to manifest in behaviour ...
Famous quotes containing the words deficits and/or skill:
“Dont forget what I discoveredthat over ninety percent of all national deficits from 1921 to 1939 were caused by payments for past, present, and future wars.”
—Franklin D. Roosevelt (18821945)
“I dont believe that children can develop in a healthy way unless they feel that they have value apart from anything they own or any skill that they learn. They need to feel they enhance the life of someone else, that they are needed. Who, better than parents, can let them know that?”
—Fred Rogers (20th century)