If you’re a teacher, then this week’s article will be of particular interest to you. It was found on the DO IT website (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) and gives some helpful, proven tips in What are strategies for teaching a student with a math-related learning disability? Dyscalculia (a math-related learning disability) can challenge even the most eager of learners and change how they view math in the future so getting it right is important. … Continue reading Teaching Strategies and Tips for a Math-related Learning Disability
Dyscalculia is a learning disability in math. Those who have dyscalculia have difficulties with math, math concepts and tasks. This can be concerning when you think about how often we use math, for example, when telling time or estimating time or distance, counting out change or even sorting out concepts such as smallest to biggest. This week, again from Understood.org, we look at dyscalculia through the eyes of a professional (Dr. Daniel Ansari), a grandmother … Continue reading What is Dyscalculia?