Weekly Roundup: Events & The End of Dyslexia!

Weekly Top Dyslexia & Dyscalculia Events

Every week we update our events calendar finding the best English-speaking events globally about learning difficulties. So wherever you are in the world you can find help and get answers to any questions you may have from professionals.

If you are running an event and would like to add it to our calendar please do get in touch!

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Weekly Roundup: Maths Anxiety & Famous Dyscalculics

The Roots of Maths Anxiety

Maths anxiety can affect anyone. Combined with dyscalculia it can trigger a feeling of being overwhelming. This can make you avoid numbers all together; and it often furthers the difficulties you have with maths even more. However, maths anxiety does not have to stop you. This article covers all of the most recent research into how maths anxiety occurs and how it can be treated. – Please read on here!

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Weekly Roundup: Visual Arithmetic & The Finnish Method

Hands Up! Why We Should Promote Visual Arithmetic

While it is well known that mental arithmetic is very important, in this article we discuss why visual arithmetic should not be dismissed as a lower form of calculating. Visual arithmetic, such as using your fingers to count, is an incredibly important part of developing mathematical understanding.

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Weekly Roundup: Dyscalculia Facts & Loyle Carner

Dyscalculia Fact 12: Dyscalculics struggle to identify or use + – and other signs correctly.

Fact number twelve from the Dyscalculia Blog’s Instagram informs us of how dyscalculia isn’t just about have difficulties with numbers, it’s the symbols that come with them too. If you would like to see more facts visit the Instagram here or if you would like to find out more about the Dyscalculia Blog click here.

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Weekly Roundup: A Safe Guide To Internet Use & What Dyscalculia Is Like.

The Complete Guide to Safe Internet Use for Seniors with Dyslexia and Dyscalculia

In this article we cover some steps on how to safely use the Internet, as it can be tricky to navigate and difficult to read. To help you with this necessary form of communication, we have put together a comprehensive guide to make the experience less stressful and more fun.

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