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Dyscalculia, maths learning difficulties and struggles with maths. (Virtual Learning)

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£120

Virtual / Online

This course provides an awareness and understanding of dyscalculia, along with an overview friendly teaching practices and approaches.

Part of an Accredited Course

Practical Solutions for Hidden Difficulties

£120

eLearning

This eLearning module explores a range of some of the more frequently identified Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs). It also considers the likelihood of co-occurrence and how each individual is therefore likely to have a unique profile of strengths and difficulties, requiring a range of support strategies.

Introduction to Dyscalculia (Virtual Training)

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£60

Virtual / Online

This virtual training session session aims to provide a brief introduction to dyscalculia and to develop an understanding of its relationship to general maths difficulties.

Part of an Accredited Course

Identifying Dyscalculia

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From £120

Virtual Training or In person

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

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From £240

Virtual Training or In person

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.

An Overview of Assistive Technology

FREE

eLearning

The development of technology that can assist those who have dyslexia, as well those who have other types of disability, to cope with certain tasks that they find difficult has transformed the landscape of coping strategies that we are able to offer to these individuals. This is a specialised field, however, and there is not generally a great awareness amongst the education/work population of exactly what is available.