Visible math

Dyscalculia: News from the web:

Our link for today is about making math more visible and a research project underway to explore ways by which teachers can change their math lessons to be more visible.

Read all about it: HERE

Puzzle play

Dyscalculia: News from the web:

Research shows that children who play with puzzles are better able to imagine what something would look like if it were changed, such as rotated or flipped.These spatial skills support children’s understanding of math and science and have been shown to predict children’s success in the STEM disciplines.

Read all about it: HERE

Math on a stick | Learn from Minnesota

Dyscalculia: News from the web:

The Minnesota state fair has a wonderful action for children to work with math. They can for example download a card or get one from a booth at the fair and fill the card with items they find that has the numbers it is asking for, like a dog has 4 legs, there are 20 carts on the ferris wheel etc. Wonderful idea, this can be used at school fairs, neigborhood parties, on vacation with your children. Options enough.

Read all about it: HERE

Math on Youtube

Dyscalculia: News from the web:

The Abakcus blog has curated no less than 30 youtube channels about math. Not all great for people with dyscalculia but still nice resources to mention here.

Read all about it: HERE

Math in the meta

Dyscalculia: News from the web:

Are you familiar yet with the METAVERSE, the online world that Mark Zuckerberg thinks we will all start using in a while?

Well Robert Kaplinsky got together with some math teachers and tried it out how a math lesson could be in the meta verse, to see their experiences and read the pros and cons they found click our link below.

Read all about it: HERE