EXPERT: Renee Hamilton-Newman, M.Ed., M.S.-Sp.Ed.
DATE & TIME: Tuesday, August 3 @ 1pm (ET); 11 AM (MT)
Dyscalculia is a learning disability that makes it difficult to do math and tasks that involve math — and often leads to math anxiety. It is not understood as well as dyslexia, but some experts believe dyscalculia is just as common.
In this webinar, you will learn:
How to identify dyscalculia in the classroom and at home
Why even good math instruction “doesn’t stick” for the dyscalculic learner
How to identify and prevent math anxiety
Tools and strategies to reach the hard to teach
How to improve understanding and reasoning about numbers in context and in symbols