VISITOR: I cried when I read the Letter to My Math Teacher. Thank you for taking my call today. It was a relief to talk to someone knowledgeable about dyscalculia. The school says they never heard of it. My son has all of the symptoms. He doesn't want to look any different than the other kids, but he can't keep up. He tries heroically but can't remember from one day to the next. How is he going to get through 4 years of high school math when he can't sequence or factor or multiply consistently? Help!
Accessibility to math: http://www.dyscalculia.
Assistive Technology: http://www.
Diagnostic Guidance: http://www.
dyscalculia.org/diagnosis- legal-matters/guidance-17- years-old
Learning Disability Checklist: http://www.
Dyscalculia Symptoms Checklist: http://www.
The Dyscalculia Syndrome: http://www.
Dyscalculia Remediation: http://www.
This is a lot, but feel free to email as you go.
Thursday, February 3, 2011
Posted by Renee M. Newman, President of Dyscalculia.org at 8:17 PM