The main types of developmental delays in children include cognitive, emotional, motor skills, vision, and speech. Your textbook addresses "sensory contributions to learning,” and how important these executive processes such as sight, touch, taste, smell, acoustics and emotions are to learning (Jensen, 2008). A child can experience cognitive, emotional, motor skills, vision and speech delays in learning. How does understanding sensory contribution to learning help you develop strategies to teach children with developmental delays?
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