Arithmetic Math & Dyscalculia
Why change how we teach? « Casting Out Nines Sometimes when I read or hear discussions of innovation or change in teaching mathematics or other STEM disciplines, whether it’s me or somebody else doing the discussing, inevitably there’s the following response: What do we need all that change for? After all, calculus [or whatever] hasn’t changed that much in 400 years, has it?
Often referred to as dyscalculia, math-related learning disabilities are complex and require intervention by skillful teachers to help students achieve success. We’ve gathered informative resources here for both parents and educators regarding learning disabilities in the area of mathematics. There are 30 articles in this section. LD OnLine :: Math & Dyscalculia
Dyscalculia.org ~ Math Learning Disability Resource
Dyscalculia Primer and Resource Guide Dyscalculia Primer and Resource Guide by Anna J. Wilson Anna Wilson is an OECD Post-Doctoral Fellow at INSERM U562, Paris, conducting cognitive neuroscience research on the remediation of dyscalculia. The purpose of this primer is to explain the cognitive neuroscience approach to dyscalculia (including the state of research in this area), to answer frequently asked questions, and to point the reader towards further resources on the subject.