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Study is breakthrough for dyscalculia sufferers
http://tinyurl.com/2bmym2
Scientists think they have found the area of the brain that goes wrong in people with dyscalculia – a condition that renders them unable to perform arithmetic.
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Math Disability: An Overview
http://www.schwablearning.org/articles.aspx?r=1001&f=search
Math Disability: An Overview
Typically, the child with a math disability has difficulty making sufficient school progress in mathematics similar to that of her peer group despite the implementation of effective teaching practices over time.
Studies have shown that some students with a math disability also have a reading disability or Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD). Other studies have identified a group of children who have only a math disability.
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Responding to the needs of pupils with dyscalculia
http://www.teachingexpertise.com/articles/responding-needs-pupils-dyscalculia-370
Responding to the needs of pupils with dyscalculia
While dyslexia is now widely accepted as a specific difficulty and is becoming better understood, its equivalent in the world of numeracy lags far behind. Linda Evans presents the facts and the issues concerning dyscalculia, and their implications for teachers.
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LD OnLine
http://www.ldonline.org/indepth/math
LD OnLine offers hundreds of expert-reviewed articles and resources for educators, parents, and others concerned about children and adults with learning disabilities and ADHD.
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.
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Dyscalculia page at Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyscalculia
Dyscalculia page at Wikipedia
Dyscalculia (difficulty in learning or comprehending mathematics) was originally identified in case studies of patients who suffered specific arithmetic disabilities as a result of damage to specific regions of the brain. Recent research suggests that dyscalculia can also occur developmentally, as a genetically-linked learning disability which affects a person's ability to understand, remember, and/or manipulate numbers and/or number facts (e.g. the multiplication tables).
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Dyscalculia at LDAA
http://www.ldaamerica.org/aboutld/parents/ld_basics/dyscalculia.asp
Dyscalculia at the Learning Disabilities Association of America LDAA
Signs and Symptoms | Strategies |
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Dyscalculia Forum
http://www.dyscalculiaforum.com/news.php
Dyscalculia Forum
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Dyscalculia k-12
http://www.k12academics.com/dyscalculia.htm
Dyscalculia k-12
[ Symptoms ] [ Causes ] [ Students with Dyscalculia ] [ Support Services ] [ Special Education Schools ] [ Camps ]
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The Dyscalculia Centre
http://www.dyscalculia.me.uk/
Between 1994 and 1998 a team of researchers at First and Best worked on the first ever project to provide a complete set of materials for teachers of dyslexic students.
Following the successful completion of this course, some of them began to undertake work to investigate whether the principles which underpinned the work on dyslexia could be used to generate materials for use with dyscalculic pupils.
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Dyscalculia (or dyscalcula)
http://www.hopkins.k12.mn.us/pages/north/ld_research/dyscalculia.htm
Dyscalculia (or dyscalcula)... What it is and what it isn't
Causes of Dyscalculia | strategies for students with dyscalculia |
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Special Needs (SEN) : Videos and PowerPoints
http://specialeducationneeds.blogspot.com/
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Dyscalculic and Dyslexic Interest Group
http://ddig.lboro.ac.uk/
Dyscalculic and Dyslexic Interest Group
Supporting Mathematics in Higher Education
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What is dyscalculia (free ebook)
http://www.dyscalculiainfo.org/
What is dyscalculia (free ebook)
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Dyscalculia Support Services of Shiawassee County
http://www.dyscalculia.org/
Dyscalculia Support Services of Shiawassee County
Difficulty with the abstract concepts of time and direction. Inability to recall schedules, and sequences of past or future events. Unable to keep track of time. May be chronically late.
Dyscalculia Symptoms | For Math Teachers | Math Software | Diagnosis/Best Practices | Classroom Techniques | Diagnosis Online | Home Learning Aids | Dyscalculia Syndrome | International Consortium | Berkshire Mathematics |
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