“Quelling Math Anxiety: How to Identify and Effectively Teach Students with Dyscalculia” [Video Replay & Podcast #366]

Episode Description

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Dyscalculia is a finding out incapacity that makes it tricky to do math and tasks that contain math. It often leads to math anxiety — in students and even adults. It is not understood in addition to dyslexia, however some professionals imagine dyscalculia is simply as common. Children with ADHD signs are at higher risk for math difficulties in comparison to their neurotypical friends. They may not understand quantities or concepts like largest vs. smallest or effectively apply principles to resolve math issues.

Students with dyscalculia are regularly lost within the math lecture room. They could also be hopping ahead in their peers in studying and writing, but dread being embarrassed in math magnificence. This webinar explains why even good math instruction “doesn’t stick” for the dyscalculic learner, and how to optimally engage at-risk students and achieve deep figuring out of math concepts. Expert Renee Hamilton-Newman discusses the traits and origins of developmental math disorders, how certain strategies and fabrics provide demanding situations to LD students, and which gear and strategies succeed in the onerous to teach.

In this webinar you will learn how to:

  • Identify dyscalculia in the classroom and at house
  • Identify poor micro-skills that impair learning
  • Differentiate between inattention and failure to interact
  • Identify and save you math anxiety
  • Instruct within the language of mathematics
  • Enhance deep figuring out, mental flexibility, and logical reasoning
  • Equip students with related equipment and strategies for understanding and reasoning about numbers in context and in symbols.

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Read More on Math Anxiety

What Is Dyscalculia? Math Learning Disability Overview

When Math Just Doesn’t Add Up: Understanding Dyscalculia

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Meet the Expert Speaker:

Renee Hamilton-Newman is founder and president of Dyscalculia.org, a global nonprofit offering knowledge, give a boost to, diagnostics, and training to optimize outcomes for the ones with important learning difficulties with math, studying, and writing. Renee has grasp’s levels in Instructional Design and Special Education. She has a specialist certificate in Distance Education from University of Wisconsin, and certificates in LD prognosis, dyslexia, remedial reading, writing, mathematics, and data privacy and security. |See expert’s full bio »


Listener Testimonials

“Excellent information – love that the speaker has dyscalculia herself.”

“As a teacher I gained new resources and methods to complement my Math educating. Even though a few of my students might not be officially identified with dyscalculia, all this will likely without a doubt beef up their learning challenges.”


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