Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury

A survey in 2015 (Ettel, Glang, Todis & Davies) found that, in general, educators lacked the knowledge and skills to work with children who have traumatic brain injury (TBI). This not only affects children’s learning experiences, but also their social and behavioural development. The paper below discusses some of the factors surrounding children with TBI and how it may affect their learning.

Traumatic Brain Injury (Sheehan)

For more peer-reviewed articles about the relationship between TBI and brain development, you can explore the PubMed databasePubMed Search It may help to sort the results by Best Match and select the Free Full Text option.

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