Work on your math skills

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from the UK

Improving your number skills can help you with your confidence, as well as with the many day-to-day tasks that depend on them. And, if you choose the right resources – such as our article on Basic Workplace Numeracy – getting your math skills up to scratch really can be easier than you think.

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Home schooling with learning disabilities

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Over the course of the next few weeks, the not the former things website  will be sharing specifics of what homeschooling with these 3 D’s looks like and all of the resources I have found to be invaluable in truly helping my children learn, just as they are. Here is a rundown of what you can expect in this series.

Week One: Homeschooling A Dyslexic Child

Week Two: Homeschooling A Child With Dysgraphia

Week Three: Homeschooling A Child With Dyscalculia

Week Four: Hands-On Activities For Homeschooling With Dyslexia, Dysgraphia and Dyscalculia

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New modules at the Dyscalculia Tutor Training online

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We are proud to announce that our Dyscalculia Tutor Training now has two new modules:

These modules are intended as additions to the Dyscalculia Tutoring Training Basic 1-1.
Many people have been waiting for these modules to be launched so they can start the Dyscalculia Tutor Training now with more practical content for their audiences.As an introduction we now offer a bundle of all three modules with 15% off:
Dyscalculia Tutor Training Bundle:
includes:
Dyscalculia Tutor Training basic 1-1
Tutoring Dyscalculia, Fractions, Decimals and Percentages 1-2
Tutoring Dyscalculia, Algebra Concepts in a visual way 1-3
All together for the price of $790 (one payment | life long access)Please see below for some details about these modules

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How to create an inclusive classroom

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Routledge give out practical tips on how to create an inclusive classroom and advice on tackling the challenges of your day-to-day job. They hope that it will help you start the year right and serve as a professional development tool.

A free (there is no such thing as a free lunch so you’ll get a promo and have to sign up for some newsletter) guidebook with tips is in the link for today.

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Focus on their strengths not their struggles

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Strength based IEP’s is the answer and you can read about one parents experiences HERE

More resources are available at understood see the link below

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make Dyscalculia understandable for kids

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The dysbuster blog shares a good article about the website frontiers for young minds, where all articles are written by pros but reviewed by kids for readability and understandability HERE is their contribution about dyscalculia.

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Parental involvement in Math education

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Research shows time and again that parental support and involvement is crucial with children’s math education. To ensure they understand that Math is not just something in class with the teacher but that you’ll use it in real life, parents play a role.

From the UK in the link for today a parental toolkit.

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Using finger counting is not all bad

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See what Jo Boaler has to say about it:

Stopping students from using their fingers when they count could, according to the new brain research, be akin to halting their mathematical development. Fingers are probably one of our most useful visual aids, and the finger area of our brain is used well into adulthood. The need for and importance of finger perception could even be the reason that pianists, and other musicians, often display higher mathematical understanding than people who don’t learn a musical instrument.

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Memorization vs Automaticity

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We’ve all heard it before; kids don’t know their math facts! While this may be true for some students, what is more important than simply memorizing multiplication facts is building a conceptual understanding of what multiplication means, how to visualize multiplication and eventually, helping students to generate their own algorithms for multiplication BEFORE they encounter any standard algorithms.

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Don’t you hate that math homework

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The understood organization has some great tips for when you need to help your child with their math homework, some do’s and don’ts.

You can also take a look at Dr Schreuder’s video series at MomsTeachMath.com

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great news: Coffee and Math performance

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A new study led by the researchers at Stevens Institute of Technology not only highlights the hidden force of scent of coffee and the cognitive boost it may provide on analytical tasks, but also the expectation that students will perform better on those tasks.

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Artificial intelligence helps students with learning disabilities

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Interesting article about the various ways artificial intelligence can help both students and educators who are confronted with learning disabilities.

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That growth mindset really works.

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See the message from Jo Boaler about a study they did to prove that when teachers work on changing children’s mindset the kids DO make more progress than their control group. This is just another piece of evidence that teachers would do well to work on the mindset for great results.

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Math games for the vacation time

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You probably all have heard about the “summer slide”. It is the phenomenon whereby children who have worked so hard to acquire some math skills over the summer vacation tend to slide back in their knowledge and lose some of their newly acquired insights.

The good people at the understood website have put together a little list of responsible math games to play with them to keep them in good shape and have some fun too.

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Prevent the summer (math) slide

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The good people at Commonsense Media have put together a post with five math games that will keep your youngsters from gliding back in math over the summer.

All available from their phone or tablet, go check it out. Thank you Christine Elgersma

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A math free game

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Many of the games these days rely on doing some math and making calculations to concur the universe, or whatever the goal is. Here comes “Skulldred” that is changing all of this with a math free game. It is still in closed beta but you can download a sample. Tell us what you think

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The Counting Game

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We have not read this book ourselves yet but it comes highly recommended, let us know what you think of it. The book’s main character has dyscalculia and the book follows him on his journey through life.

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