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Ah, we remember the good ol’ days when we had to memorize our times table.
But is memorizing the best way to learn math? This study doesn’t think so.

I've also shared this at https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/104946213408392600442
Ah, we remember the good ol’ days when we had to memorize our times table. But is memorizing the best way to learn math? This study doesn’t think so. #dyscalculia

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Thanks for the add! Hope we can share our passion and spread knowledge of this condition!
Gianluca from Italy.

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La cultura e l'educazione hanno un effetto importante sulla stima di numerosità di insiemi di oggetti.

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Overview article from the Smithsonian website about the learning disability.

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Great article in the scientific american about number sense, the software to aid Dyscalculia

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Dyscalculia is the red-headed-steph-child  of Dyslexia, in a manner of speaking, and where Dyslexia gets all the attention and accommodations, people generally still think that trouble with math is a result of math just being not-their-thing.

Check the research findings on this blog and you will soon be convinced that there is a body of evidence that deserves to be shared with the world.

Well in today’s link we highlight a blogpost that summarizes all symptoms again in a very neat way. Continue to raise the awareness.
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