Sunday, November 2, 2008

District Can't Test for Dyscalculia?

I think my daughter has Dyscalculia. The district doesn't have a testing procedure yet. Can you recommend any DVD tutorials I can purchase to help her with Algebra II?

The district needs only assess her for a specific learning disability in mathematics. Ask them to give her a standardized achievement test like the Kaufman Test of Educational Achievement-II (KTEA-II) and to use the error analysis tools. Is she a senior in high school? Is algebra required for graduation? What state and district are you in? The district cannot refuse to evaluate your daughter. Put your request in writing.

1 comment:

  1. These formulas are designed for high-smoothness functions and give them a great deal of savings in the number of nodes compared to the simpler formulas.
    The method of sequential integration can be applied to an area of arbitrary shape, for example, with a curved boundary. Consider this case for K = 2. To do this, we draw through the chord area, parallel to the axis, and we introduce nodes located on each chord as we need (Figure 4 on the official website of Maths tasks). Let us represent the integral in the form.