Dyscalculia, maths learning difficulties and struggles with maths. (Virtual Learning)
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Virtual / Online
- ‘We are delighted to work with Pete Jarret Chair of BDA Dyscalculia Committee as he takes us through this Masterclass.’
- For many, maths is complicated, but the reasons for these challenges are complex. Is it the maths that is difficult, or the learning of maths? What comes first, struggling with maths or maths anxiety? This session will explore these questions and more, unpicking the barriers to learning maths, including dyscalculia. From exploring whether animals can count to decoding Numglish, that strange language we only encounter in maths problems, join us on a journey through number, mathematics, our brains and learning. This session is aimed at anyone interested in finding out more about maths and dyscalculia, including parents, teachers and adults who experience dyscalculia.
What is virtual learning?
Our virtual training is designed to replicate the benefits of in-person training but from the comfort and safety of your home. Here is some feedback from one of the delegates…
“The session was very informative, and I will be able to put a lot of what I have learnt into the classroom. The technical support in the session was fantastic and any issues I had were quickly and successfully attended too. The instructor was extremely knowledgeable and answered questions extremely well. The session had a good pace to it and was as good as I think you could get without being an in-person session.”
Virtual training is live and interactive. So you can get the most out of this, we limit session to 15 delegates. Expect what you would from our in-person training, Q&A time, videos, activities and material you can take away to support with putting your new knowledge into action.
The technology is easy to use and a host is available on each session to support with any technical hitches you might hit. If you have a computer and internet connection you have been able to successfully use for video calling via software like Skype or Zoom in the past, you’ll be able to access our virtual training.