Podcast with Jane Emerson

Summary

Our Ask the Expert series will focus on questions asked by our followers about dyscalculia and will be answered by Jane Emerson, co-author of The Dyscalculia Assessment and The Dyscalculia Solution.

Our Ask the Expert series will focus on questions asked by our followers about dyscalculia and will be answered by Jane Emerson, co-author of The Dyscalculia Assessment and The Dyscalculia Solution.

Question 1:

What differences in the early years can be observed in a pupil who is developing numerical skills easily and in a pupil who may be showing signs of dyscalculia?

Question 2:

What early observations may be exhibited in a child showing signs of dyscalculia?

Question 3:

Is it possible for a nine year old to show many signs of dyscalculia but has successfully learned her times tables?

Question 4:

Why can a person do a sum correctly one day and feel it is new to them on the following day?

Question 5:

What resources would suggest for me, as a teacher who supports individual pupils in various areas, now that I have become aware of the existence of dyscalculia?

Jane Emerson

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