Dyscalculia

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Learning About Dyscalculia
Judy Hanning / Dec 11, 2020
A person with dyscalculia can go a long time without actually knowing that they have an issue with counting.Read more
The Right Curriculum
Judy Hanning / Dec 10, 2020
A person with dyscalculia will have issues with math including the understanding of numbers and applying math.Read more
A Song About Dyscalculia
Judy Hanning / Sep 30, 2019
Dyscalculia is a struggle for the kids who have to deal with it, but there are creative ways to express their discontent.Read more
The Struggle Of Dyscalculia
Judy Hanning / Jun 27, 2019
It is difficult to tell time in some cases of Dyscalculia and tardiness can result from that.Read more
Ways To Help Students Who Have Dyscalculia
Judy Hanning / Jun 17, 2019
There are so many ways to help kids out who have Dyscalculia. Using fingers to count is one big way!Read more
Judy Hanning / Jun 12, 2019
There are ways to improve your math skills, and it may rely on identifying dyscalculia.Read more
Judy Hanning / Apr 8, 2019
A teen's perspective on dyscalculia. See it from their eyes in this videoRead more
Hannah Roberts / Jan 2, 2019
Not only can one-on-one tutoring benefit kids with dyslexia, dyscalculia, and dysgraphia, it can actually physically change their brains. When given the support they need, studies suggest that these students' brains become nearly indistinguishable from the rest of their peers over time. That's the wonders of neuroplasticity and neurogenesis at workRead more
Kara Skarda / Dec 13, 2018
Ah, we remember the good ol’ days when we had to memorize our times table. But is memorizing the best way to learn math? This study doesn’t think so.Read more
Judy Hanning / Dec 10, 2018
Dyscalculia is a term that has been used since the 1970s. If you are not familiar with it, give this a once-over. It affects up to 6% of Americans.Read more