For some children the remote learning actually works fine. From a recent story on Edutopia this: “not having those everyday distractions in school has really allowed for some kids to focus on the work and not necessarily all the social things going on because some kids can’t separate that out”
Great post by Natalie Kerslake, who wrote an MA ed dissertation that looked at how teachers and teaching assistants can effectively support children with dyscalculia in one primary school. Her study found that more awareness and training need to be provided for teachers and teaching assistants, to aid them in supporting children with dyscalculia. This includes knowledge of what dyscalculia is and what strategies can be used to support children effectively.
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