How to Develop Numeracy in Children with Dyslexia
What it Says on the Back of the Book The interest in the relationship between dyslexia and mathematics has grown rapidly over recent years, as more teachers, SENCos and parents become aware of children's difficulties. How to Develop Numeracy in Children with Dyslexia will be a significant step along the way towards the effective understanding, teaching and support of pupils with dyslexia in the mathematics environment.
This book will help you to: * gain an understanding of the links between dyslexia and mathematics * look at the National Numeracy Strategy Framework in relation to dyslexia * engage with the skills necessary for children with dyslexia to succeed at mathematics * explore some ideas to support children with dyslexia in the mathematics classroom About the author Pauline Clayton has taught dyslexic pupils with literacy and numeracy difficulties for many years. She is Principal Maths Tutor at the Dyslexia Institute in London. About the Dyslexia Institute The Dyslexia Institute (DI) is an educational charity, founded in 1972, for the assessment and teaching of people with dyslexia and for the training of specialist teachers. It has become the only national dyslexia teaching organisation in the world.
|Author||Pauline Clayton, Rebecca Barnes|