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Mathematics disorder, also known as Dyscalculia, is characteristic‘of the inability to acquire mathematical skills.

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Dyscalculia - Is a lessor-known learning disability that affects mathatical calculations. It is derived from the generic name "mathematics difficulty". 2/5
  Dyscalculia Forum - To find answers with other sufferers. 3/5
  How to Recognise a Mathematics Disability - Is your child struggling with math? If so, you need to learn more about math disorders. 3/5
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Mathematics Disorder - From MedLinePlus - Mathematics disorder is a condition in which a child's math ability is far below normal for their age, intelligence, and education. 4/5
Teaching Expertise - Provision for Pupils with Dyscalculia - Mathematics disorder/dyscalculia is defined as, ‘a condition that affects the ability to acquire mathematical skills. 3/5
Two Subtypes of Mathematics Disorders - Two Subtypes of Mathematics Disorders: Mathematical Computation Disorder - Affects individuals ability to solve math calculations. Mathematical Reasoning Disorder - Affects individuals ability to utilize mathematical reasoning to solve problems. A slide show presentation. 3/5             
   
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Mathematics disorder, also known as Dyscalculia, is characteristic‘of the inability to acquire mathematical skills.
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Mathematics for Dyslexics: AND Dyscalculia: including Dyscalculia


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