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About Dyscalculia

Dyscalculia is a term used to describe difficulties learning number-related concepts or using the symbols and functions to perform math calculations. Problems with math can include difficulties with number sense, memorising math facts, math calculations, math reasoning and math problem solving.

Language skills also impact a child’s skills in Mathematics. The subject specific vocabulary and terminology that requires familiarity with prefixes and suffixes of Latin and Greek origin can prove challenging for students. In addition, the cumulative nature of the skills required can leave children with gaps in their learning causing difficulties at high grades.

Our Teaching Methods For Dyscalculia

Kathryn has trained in teaching methods for Dyscalculia with Steve Chin and Judy Hornigold, Multisensory Math 1 with Marilyn Zecher, designing effective intervention in mathematics with Dr Sarah Powell and the multi sensory program Maths u See.

Kathryn has a keen interest in the impact of language on the learning of mathematics, the importance of manipulatives and the role of the Concrete – Representational – Abstract Explicit instructional sequence.

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