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Dyscalculia

What is Dyscalculia?

        Dyscalculia is a math learning disability that impairs an individual’s ability to represent and process numerical magnitude in a typical way.
        Common symptoms of dyscalculia include difficulty with number sense, fact and calculation, and mathematical reasoning. This may present as difficulty linking numbers and symbols to amounts and directions, making sense of money, or telling time on an analog clock. (Source: ADDitude magazine, 2018)

Helpful Links

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Dyscalculia.org

This website has a wealth of information about dyscalculia.

 

 

 

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TouchMath

TouchMath is a curriculum for students with dyscalculia.

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ADDitude's Article

"What Is Dyscalculia? Math Learning Disability Overview" is an ADDitude article on dyscalculia, including it symptoms and possible accommodations.

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Ronit Bird

Ronit Bird is an expert in dyscalculia.