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|Description||Tips, tools and techniques for supporting children whose mathematical ability is affected by dyscalculia.|
|Categories||Primary, Secondary, Higher, Teaching and Learning, Early Years/Foundation, Mathematics / Numeracy, Further education, 14-19, Support Staff, Teaching staff, CPD Leader, Special Educational Needs Coordinator, Pupil Support, Advanced Skills Teacher, Excellent Teacher, Main-scale (core) teacher, Newly Qualified Teacher, Post-threshold Teacher, Supply / Peripatetic teacher, Trainnee (pre-QTS) teacher, Diversity, Inclusion, SEND, Out of school, In school, Online, Demonstration lesson, Physical resource, Book, e-Book, Coaching / Mentoring|
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Tips, tools and techniques for supporting children whose mathematical ability is affected by dyscalculia.
This book looks at ways of identifying pupils with dyscalculia and ways of supporting them. A child identified at primary school and supported well will have a better outcome than someone who is identified much later. Pupils likely to benefit from their teachers or TAs having read this book or undertaken subsequent training with the author are those who are struggling with maths.
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Relatively little is known about dyscalculia. The book draws on the researh and findings of Professor Brian Butterworth and Steve Chinn and his team, and on the first hand experiences of Paul Moorcraft described in his book, It Just Doesn't Add Up.
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The author is available for training and can be contacted via her website www.judyhornigold.co.uk
See author Judy Hornigold's website for details of training: www.judyhornigold.co.uk