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Dyscalculia guidance : helping pupils with specific learning difficulties in maths

Author: Brian Butterworth; Dorian Yeo
Publisher: London : NferNelson Pub. Co., 2004.
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Purpose: To help teachers understand the maths performance of dyscalculic pupils and detail teaching strategies and practical activities through which they can best be supported in their maths learning. Benefits: Offers a definition of dyscalculia; Gives guidelines for helping dyscalculic pupils in the classroom; Provides teaching strategies to help pupils make progress in maths learning and specific practical  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brian Butterworth; Dorian Yeo
ISBN: 0708711529 9780708711521
OCLC Number: 56974589
Description: vi, 121 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.
Responsibility: by Brian Butterworth and Dorian Yeo.

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Purpose: To help teachers understand the maths performance of dyscalculic pupils and detail teaching strategies and practical activities through which they can best be supported in their maths learning. Benefits: Offers a definition of dyscalculia; Gives guidelines for helping dyscalculic pupils in the classroom; Provides teaching strategies to help pupils make progress in maths learning and specific practical activities for use in the classroom; Is underpinned by an understanding of the emotional well-being of dyscalculic learners; Provides the next crucial steps once dyscalculic tendencies have been identified; Is from the UK's expert in dyscalculia, providing a detailed explanation of the condition to aid teachers' understanding of the issue; A highly experienced classroom practitioner provides teachers with specific strategies and activities to improve pupils' progress in maths.

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