According to Laterality versus directionality: What is the difference? (2017), directionality depicts a problem experienced by children encountering difficulties with sense of direction from an external perspective. In such a case, children with directionality problem confuse right and left, forwards and backward, or above and below. A possible issue experienced by children with directionality problem is the challenge of following directions such as writing their name at the left hand side or corner of their workbooks or raising the left hand instead of the right when asked by an educator.
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