Creative counting

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Read the personal story in our link for today. The passage that struck me was the one below where the writer shows creativity to deal with the ignorance of the teacher.

When I was in 3rd grade, the teacher saw me counting on my fingers and told me I needed to do math in my head. I knew I couldn’t do that, so I’d count objects around the classroom instead. When the teacher noticed me looking around the room, she told me to stop “daydreaming.” Since there were a lot of times I actually was off task and not paying attention, I got told to stop daydreaming on a regular basis.

What I didn’t know at the time was that, in addition to ADHD, I have dyscalculia.

Read all about it: HERE

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Adults have learning disabilities too

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You may have been struggling with it all of your life. In the link for today are some tips to find out if you would have a learning disability.

When you believe that you may have a Math Learning Disability or Dyscalculia, you can do the online Math and Dyscalculia Screening Test at https://dyscalculiatesting.com

Read all about it: HERE

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There is a limit to accommodations

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In our link for today a saga from an employee who got lots of accommodations for a required test, failed and then still sued to get more accommodations but the tribunal who judged it decided that the organization had done enough.

Read all about it: HERE

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Carol Dweck, congrats!

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We are big fans of the work of Carol Dweck on the growth mindset and now she has won a prize for it with a huge research budget attached!

It’s the first prize awarded in a competition launched last year by Chinese technology billionaire Charles Chen Yidan that is intended to “empower the change-makers in education, build a global community of education leaders and, ultimately, create long-lasting, enlightening impacts on mankind as a whole.” The award, which includes a $1.9 million cash award and an equal-size project fund, is the largest financial prize in education research.

Read all about it: HERE

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