We all have trouble in math sometimes, but it's possible that struggles with common math and budgeting could be more than just a simple weakness. In fact, it could be a disorder called dyscalculia -- a syndrome that causes an inability to understand certain mathematical problems and everyday situations.

This video delves into some of the symptoms of the disorder, which include: inability to count objects, trouble reading clocks and maps, and inability to perform simple math like addition and subtraction. People with dyscalculia could also have issues understanding numerical links to common items, or even estimating the amount of space between items or passage of time.

 Luckily, there are digital ways to intervene and help treat this issue. Digital tests and games can teach young people to think, practice, and study ways to comprehend mathematics in real life situations, allowing a new way to look at the meaning of numbers. Teaching a person with dyscalculia to compare their math problems to life activities can train their brains to memorize certain abliities, and thus improve their math skills.

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Several research groups have developed adaptive computer training designed to target deficits unique to dyscalculic individuals.

Key Takeaways:

It is estimated that between 3-6% of the population has Dyscalculia.
Dyscalculia is of a genetic or developmental origin.
A symptom of Dyscalculia is the inability to estimate measurements of objects.


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