You’ve heard of dyslexia, but have you heard of dyscalculia?
As educators, we’re well versed in teaching literacy, yet struggle when a student claims, “I’m just not good at math.” Instead of perpetuating dyslexia’s 40-year literacy struggle, let’s proactively bridge the math gap, learning from past experiences to uplift both educators and students.
Dyscalculia should no longer be an obstacle for a student, a mystery to a teacher, or a burden for a school district. We have everything we need to address this condition head on.
Join our panel of education experts as we explore:
- How to recognize signs of dyscalculia
- The importance of timely intervention
- Research on dyscalculia and potential associated conditions
- Impactful teaching strategies for assisting students with dyscalculia and dyslexia
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