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natuur 101 11h
Replying to @News24
Looks like we will continue to have a problem of numbers. .....
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natuur 101 10h
Replying to @mthombothi
Looks like the problem of numbers persists......it now "dawns" (no pun intended) it was. that dictated the ...........one million houses in Alex.
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Understood Apr 19
When kids have , it impacts more than how well they learn and do in school. Here are 10 surprising ways dyscalculia can impact your child:
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Natalie P Apr 18
You know you're procrastinating when you'd rather floss than clean the house
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British Dyslexia Association Apr 18
Why not attend the Maths event of the year? Our & Day on 14th June will see experts , , Professor Mahesh Sharma & Pete Jarrett presenting the latest thinking & good practice about numeracy! Book here:
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Dybuster Apr 16
“More Awareness & Training needs to be Provided for Teachers…to aid them in Supporting Children with
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Michelle Stafford🌧☔️🌧 Apr 13
So I’ve been officially diagnosed with dyscalculia 🙂💶⏰📅📉🧮After 40+yrs of suspecting I had some sort of learning difficulty with numbers, dates, time, money, which had a severe impact on my life - I can finally name it 🙂🔢
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British Dyslexia Association Apr 16
Dates for your diary... ✍ July & August 2019 - our popular and Summer Schools are running in London again! For details, please go to:
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Natalie P Apr 17
Why is it that when I have a headache I get so derpy, I messed up on silly things so many times this morning!!
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ABOUT DYSLEXIA & DYS Apr 16
..... If your child is struggling with math, you...
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ADHD-ASC-LD Belgium Apr 18
most teachers say they don't know enough about (including dyslexia) & how best to teach learners (in neurodiversity we include , , , , as well as , and )
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Braxton Awareness Month Apr 11
Replying to @ToriGlass
Basic addition or subtraction in my head. Forget multiplication or division. Read an analog clock.
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British Dyslexia Association Apr 11
Our upcoming and Conference is not only an informative day but also a great chance to explore lots of resources! A big thanks to our exhibitors! Date: 14th June, Find out more & book here:
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thinkpix Apr 12
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Em Enfield Apr 17
I just passed (on retake) my post grad stats module for and I could not be more stunned and relieved.
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Nicole Crawford Apr 17
These resources on & are excellent indeed! Let's add the links to our Inclusive Toolkit for staff.
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TTRS Apr 14
How do you help kids who struggle with dyscalculia and dyslexia learn their times tables?
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TheSchoolRun Parent Apr 15
Does your child struggle with numbers? It could be the little-known condition, dyscalculia. We explain the signs to look out for.
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Educational Therapy Apr 12
"When kids have dyscalculia, it impacts how well they learn and do math in school. But having poor number sense and other math skills can also lead to all sorts of challenges in daily life." Learn more: ?
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Exceptional Individuals Apr 16
Do you struggle with maths and numbers? You may have symptoms of ? Find out now in our quiz
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