8. MORE ABOUT DYSCALCULIA
Difficulty in learning or comprehending arithmetic.
Difficulty with calculations.
Difficulty in understanding numbers.
It is generally seen as a specific developmental
1 in 20 school aged children will have dyscalculia.
Estimate of prevalence of range between 3 and 6% of
classifying mathematical signs.
Reading a clock and telling time.
Calculating basic accounts like bills.
Learning multiplication tables.
Learning and remembering mathematical rules and formulas.
Playing games that involve numbers.
Reading analog clocks / Telling the time.
Conceptualizing time and judging the passing of time.
31. What can be done at home for
Learn as much as you can.
Play math games.
Create a home work station.
Cozy up with the calculator.
Help your child keep track of time.
Be up beat.
33. Role of a teacher
Every day examples.
Encourage in their work.
Encourage to ask questions.
Teach multisensory study skills.
Use concrete-pictorial-abstract approach.
Opportunity to drill on skills.
Use memory tricks.
Use concrete pictorial-abstract approach.