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Types of tests for dyscalculia
If your child is having trouble with math, you may be wondering what’s causing it. Does she have dyscalculia, or is something else causing the difficulty? There’s only one way to know for sure. You’ll need to have her tested for dyscalculia (which is now diagnosed as "specific learning disorder," with the areas of math weaknesses listed).
The Dyscalculia Toolkit
With dyscalculia affecting, on average, one student in each classroom it is important to know the key indicators. Do your students struggle with sequencing or to notice patterns? This is an extract from The Dyscalculia Toolkit by Ronit Bird. Read a free chapter on our website!