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    Dyscalculia

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    "Have you ever really learned how to read a tape measure? I have broken it down for you and given you a visual so you don't have to "count the little lines" any more!"

    How to Read a Tape Measure {for the non-mathematical mind}

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    Check out our flipped math lesson on graphing linear inequalities. This common core aligned lesson is a perfect introduction for Algebra I students who are visually learners! Enjoy :)

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    Only Chuck Norris can divide by zero.

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    Cracked me up

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    study strategies for dyscalculia

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    11 Facts About the Math Disorder Dyscalculia | Mental Floss

    11 Facts About the Math Disorder Dyscalculia

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    Come learn valuable information and advice on how to help students of all ages with planning, time management, and Organization - Executive Functioning skills.

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    60 Minutes: Face Blindness Part 1; this video shows interviews with people who are face blind and their experiences with prosopagnosia.

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    This will be very useful !!

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    "Right answers" may give a child high marks on a worksheet, but solving authentic problems using creativity will prepare that student for life.

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    8's, another memorization

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    Music’s Effect on Learning [infographic]

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    Judy Singer, an autistic sociologist, invented a word to describe conditions like autism, dyslexia, and ADHD: neurodiversity. Given the advantages of diversity in all other natural areas, she believed there are advantages to neurodiversity, as well. She wanted the focus to be on the benefits of having a society filled with a variety of minds, and to move away from negative terms like "disorders". Check out the rest of this article: www.wired.com/...

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    "Several people requested a mind map for Dyscalculia (often called "math dyslexia"). Many students, including my younger sister, have both dyslexia and dyscalculia. Things that may seem simple to others, like number lines or chronology, are difficult concepts for students with dyscalculia."

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    Sub, dyslexia for dyscalculia...you don't know what I can or can't do, it's my brain, not yours.

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    Stress can cause memory problems, inability to concentrate or focus, poor judgment, seeing only the negatives, anxiety and over thinking.

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    Executive Function "cheat sheet"

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    A surprising way to improve executive function (higher-order mental skills that allow us to plan & organize, make considered decisions, manage our time, & focus our attention): aerobic activity

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    Six Important Facts to Know About Math Learning Disabilities

    Understanding Dyscalculia

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    They told me that with a spatial temporal disorder that I might have some trouble recognizing faces. I struggle with *minor* face blindness.

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    Hahaha

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    World's most accurate pie chart

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    Music Improves Math and Spatial Skills

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    Door Locks for Drunk People...or sober people w poor visual spatial skills like me :)

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    Jenga - spatial skills

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