Dyscalculia: News from the web: (not new but still very relevant)
Karin Landerl and her team at the University of Graz, Austria, investigated the development of numerical processing in elementary school children with dyscalculia and a control group with good arithmetic skills.
Landerl and colleagues conclude a biologically driven deficit causes children with dyscalculia to have an imprecise internal representation of numbers, which explains these children’s difficulty with the number line task.
Read all about it: HERE
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