Math and time

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A podcast from it’s all in the mind, where they explore how children think about Math and Time. So as example what they think when you ask them if they would like to have eaten a donut yesterday or would rather eat one tomorrow. You can listen to the whole program in our link for today.

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Templates galore

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Theresa Wills shares with us her complete set of templates. For children with dyscalculia templates and graphic organizers are important to be able to work through problems. So this should be a nice treasure trove.

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PerContare project to prevent Dyscalculia

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Early results suggest that the teaching materials
and strategies proposed in PerContare can
contribute substantially to reducing the number
of false positives in the diagnoses of dyscalculia.

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Consequences of Math Anxiety

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Don’t miss the excellent article on math anxiety on the BOLD blog. They take care of some myths and come with good recommendations about how to support children with math anxiety.

Anxiety about maths is linked to lower maths scores. Yet recent evidence shows that the majority of children who have high maths anxiety are not poor performers in maths. Teachers and parents have a role to play in reducing maths anxiety and encouraging greater uptake of maths.

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