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Developing Numeracy Teaching by Jane Hoyer


Developing numeracy teaching for deaf children.

Developing Numeracy Teaching  By Jane Hoyer

Jane Hoyer, a QToD, Maths, and Dyscalculia Teacher, describes how knowledge gained from studying a Postgraduate Teacher of Dyscalculia course could be applied by QToDs to improve numeracy teaching for deaf students.

We particularly like the table showing the simple comparison between learning maths and numeracy and Literacy. Useful for all teachers!

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