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! If you want to find out why Calcularis has such a success rate, click here or alternatively click here for a free trial.

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“More Awareness & Training needs to be Provided for Teachers…to aid them in Supporting Children with Dyscalculia”

This article is an interview with Natalie Kerslake, a teaching assistant who conducted her master’s degree research on dyscalculia. The interview covers her thoughts on the importance of increasing school resources for dyscalculia and their teachers.

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