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How much could dyscalculia interfere with your life? 
 
In a video diary format, Manuel Seda is recording his journey with his learning disorder, both as a means to express his struggles and to help others suffering from similar difficulties. After emigrating from Puerto Rico to Florida for his education, he was, unfortunately, unable to graduate high school due to his dyscalculia.
His "Channel Trailer" introduces us his purpose, and and outlines the general contents of subsequent videos, such as information about the disorder itself and his own personal relationship with them. Although initially unsuccessful in his first attempt at a high school diploma, he has the full of intention of continuing his education, and hopes to enroll in university in spite of his learning disorder.
 
With this video series, he strives to create a much-needed family of support around those with dyscalculia, and give advice to viewers who follow along on his journey.
I wasn’t able to finish high school and score high on the SATs.

Key Takeaways:

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Get to know what life is like with dyscalculia in this short video series.
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Dyscalculia makes it difficult for students to acquire basic math skills.
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Dyscalculia is a big concern for students and teachers alike in the school system, but it's possible to overcome.

A Life With Dyscalculia/ Channel Trailer

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