Here are 2 books recommendations- they look helpful!
The Shut-Down Learner
The Shut-Down Learner: Helping Your Academically Discouraged Child
by Richard SelznickSentient (January 2009)
I love this book because Dr. Selznick explains how while not all children learn the same way, they are often taught with methodologies that don't work for the spatial learner. Self-esteem takes a beating when a child sees his friends "getting it." So these bright, gifted children are left to feel stupid, not only because they can't learn the way others do, but also because the expectations of the teachers are that they should be learning. This was a great help to me in beginning to understand my child and advocate for his education.
The Dyscalculia Toolkit
The Dyscalculia Toolkit: Supporting Learning Difficulties in Maths
by Ronit BirdSage (2007)
To express math ideas, this book advises using concrete examples (with lots of explanation) before using abstract illustrations and then even more abstract math symbols, numerals, and language. While it oversimplifies the symptoms of dyscalculia, the book does show how certain teaching methods can pose barriers to learning for the learning disabled.