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Introduction to Dyscalculia

2.5 hours

£75

London

This half-day in person session aims to give you a brief introduction to dyscalculia and to develop an understanding of its relationship to general maths difficulties.

Part of an Accredited Course

Identifying Dyscalculia

One day

£150

London

This one day in person training session will explore the differences between dyscalculia and general maths difficulties, and the indicators which may signal that a learner is at risk of dyscalculia.

Part of an Accredited Course

Supporting Students with Dyscalculia

2 consecutive days

£300

London

This two day in person training session will increase attendees' understanding of dyscalculia and effective strategies to support learners, through discussing subtypes of developmental dyscalculia and exploring, in greater detail, mathematical concepts such as the four operations, fractions, the concept of time, and the use of concrete manipulatives.

Accredited Course

Accredited Level 2 - Practical Solutions for Dyscalculia

3 days in person training, and an assessed workbook.

£745.00 with Level 2 accreditation (£450 without)

London

This programme is intended to provide a greater understanding of the problems that dyscalculic learners face, and appropriate methods and resources to help support them within the context of their learning environment.

Part of an Accredited Course

Dyscalculia - 2019 Summer School

3 days in person training (5th - 7th Aug) and an assessed workbook.

£745.00 with Level 2 accreditation (£450 without)

London

This accredited Level 2 programme is designed for Teachers and TAs working with children and young people who want to be able to support dyscalculic pupils within the classroom. It is intended to provide a greater understanding of the problems that dyscalculic learners face, and appropriate methods and knowledge to help support them within the context of their learning environment.