VISITOR: I am writing in the hopes of finding resources and assistance in the area of your dyscalculia. All three of my daughters have been diagnosed with LD in math. I'm not surprised because I also suffer from what I call "math phobia".
I am also a certified teacher, fortunately not in math. However, I have found it to be impossible to find learning resources, professional development, and tutoring services that provide assistance to students diagnosed with dyscalculia in the US. I can't ask the school district to provide services if I don't know which strategies or resources to ask for. Our math and special education teachers aren't trained in how to teach a student with a learning disorder in math. Surely, there has to be resources out there. Could you please help me?
DYSCALCULIA.ORG: It would be best if you enrolled in lessons and then could use the strategies and tools to help your children, colleagues, and students.
Here is remedial information: http://www.
If your school would like a workshop, just let us know.
Friday, August 3, 2018
Certified Teacher Needs Dyscalculia Teaching Resources
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