Weekly Roundup: Calcularis Learning Games & Dyscalculia Awareness

Tracking progress in Calcularis. Parents, teachers, and students can easily see how far a child has come in developing math skills.

Tracking progress in Calcularis. Parents, teachers, and students can easily see how far a child has come in developing math skills.

Calcularis Learning Games: Helping to Solve Dyscalculia

This week Dybuster’s Calcularis appeared on Wikipedia’s dyscalculia page in the treatments section and this article from our blog explains why Calcularis has such a success rate.

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Weekly Roundup: Dyscalculia Diagnosis & Play And The Brain

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How To Get A Dyscalculia Diagnosis

It can be a struggle to know where to go and who to trust with the diagnosis of any learning difficulty. It is especially the case with dyscalculia, as there are only few specialists. This article is here to help guide you to get that needed diagnosis so you or your child can get the support for your specific needs.

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This Weeks Top Dyslexia & Dyscalculia Events

CALL Scotland at the Edinburgh Fringe

August 6th @ 10:30 am12:00 pm

Using Technology to Support Artists with Dyslexia

Allan Wilson from CALL Scotland will be delivering a workshop about how technology can support artists – Allan says: ‘I have come across a few people with dyslexia in the arts, most of whom use technology, but very few know how much it can do to help them.’

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Weekly Roundup: Dyscalculia & The Need For Augmented Reality In Education

Dyscalculia By Any Other Name…

Dyscalculia is often mislabelled as dyslexia in math even though this nickname is inaccurate. While they can occur together and share some brain-based weaknesses such as poor working memory, the connection between them has not been defined. This article takes you through where the name dyscalculia comes from and why it is important we use it.

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Weekly Roundup: Dyscalculia Explained & Neurodiversity in the Workplace

Numberphile: Dyscalculia Explained

In this article we share a video presented by Professor Brian Butterworth on one of our favourite websites called Numberphile, where he explains what dyscalculia is. Numberphile hosts videos from researchers from universities around the world as well as its own quirky range of films all about numbers and maths.

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