How to support mathematical learning in children with Mathematical Learning Difficulties
The aim of this workshop is to provide information about how to support the development of mathematical skills in children with Mathematical Learning Difficulties and Dyscalculia. The session equips school staff with the knowledge and practical strategies to support mathematical learning and to promote mathematical thinking. During the session, we will share practical strategies and show how to use different concrete resources and tools such as flowcharts, cuisenaire rods, visual tools and Dienes blocks, Number Line.
Working memory and attention in Dyscalculia and Dyslexia
The aim of this workshop is to provide information about how to support the development of working memory and attention skills of children with specific learning difficulties . The session includes information about the concepts of working memory and attention processes and their fundamental role in children’s learning and development. During the session we present practical activities to support the development of working memory and attention skills by using a range of tools and verbal and visuo-spatial strategies.
Online Q&A Sessions
Weekly 30-mins meetings with parents that focuses on a specific maths topic, such as counting, addition, subtractions, etc. Those meetings are thought to create a community for parents to both learn about how children learn maths and to share ideas on how to support these abilities at home (e.g. activities, board games, books).