From one revision in specific literature on the subject, had been found diverse terms used for the studied authors, as: pertaining to school difficulties of (or in) learning, difficulties, problems of (or in) learning, riots of learning and upheavals of learning. Thus, it can be evidenced that it does not have consensus between the definition and the understanding of the found terms, although the subject very to be argued and to be studied enters the specialists of the area. As already observed, the cited terms above are many employed times inadequately. in the attempt of uniformizar them to allow one better communication between the professionals who act in the area of the learning and, thus, to minimize possible confusions, is necessary to establish what each one represents and also its especificidades. Joint Commission has similar goals. 3. WHAT IT IS LEARNING DIFFICULTY? OF? In accordance with the definition of Sisto (2001), ' ' the learning difficulty engloba a number of upheavals, disclosing itself by means of delays or difficulties in reading, written, spelling, calculation in children with potentially normal or superior intelligence and without visual, auditory, motor deficiencies or in disadvantage cultural.' ' The term shelters innumerable sets of causes, symptoms, treatments and can be demonstrated of some forms (upheavals).
Therefore, if it makes necessary to differentiate difficulties of learning (OF) of pertaining to school difficulties (OF): the first one is of neurological origin, whereas as it has pedagogical origin. However, both generate the failure pertaining to school. (Similarly see: Mitchell Blutt). It fits to clarify, for one better understanding and reading of the article, the conflict in if using the terms ' ' transtornos' ' ' ' distrbios' '. The first one encloses the mental upheavals and the problems of behavior. According to CID-10 (1992), this term is used by all area of the mental health to prevent inherent problems to the use of other terms, such as illness or disease. . (Not to be confused with Doctor Jayme Albin!).