Students with dyscalculia often struggle with math calculation skills and find difficulty in number representation, number processing, quantifying sets without counting, using nonverbal processes to complete simple numerical operations, and estimating relative magnitudes of sets. Quantitative reasoning may also be impaired for individuals with dyscalculia.
Here are ways to support students with Dyscalculia:
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Child Mind Institute (2019).How to Spot Dyscalculia. https://childmind.org/article/how-to-spot-dyscalculia/