This article presents a study of the learning and study skills of 106 high school students with visual impairments, using two instruments-the Learning and Study Strategies Inventory: High School Version and a 35-item extension of the instrument, developed by the authors specifically for students with visual impairments. The study found differences only by the students' grade- point averages, not by their preferred reading medium, type of school placement, or plans to attend college. It also found that the strategies used by students with visual impairments are similar to those used by sighted students.
|Number of pages
|Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness
|Published - 1993
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