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Creating awareness for Dyscalculia since 2010

Adding a pathway to mathematical success

Dyscalculia: News from the web:

According to the Pathways to Mathematics model [LeFevre et al. (2010), Child Development, Vol. 81, pp. 1753–1767], children’s cognitive skills in three domains—linguistic, attentional, and quantitative—predict concurrent and future mathematics achievement. We extended this model to include an additional cognitive skill, patterning, as measured by a non-numeric repeating patterning task.

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Bringing math in your child’s life

Dyscalculia: News from the web:

We all know how important it is to show your child that math is everywhere around you and not invented by their teacher to make their life difficult. Well in our link for today some tips on how to bring math in your child’s life by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) 

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Base ten blocks connected with abstract numbers

Dyscalculia: News from the web:

In this new study children who exhibited knowledge of the connections between the base-ten-blocks and written number symbols had higher posttest and transfer test scores relative to children who did not exhibit knowledge of these connections.

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Part Part Whole and finger patterns

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Findings from a study of 5-to-6-year-old children’s ways of structuring part-part-whole relations using finger patterns.

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