Maths and Dyslexia

Jun 19, 2014 | Maths

Maths and dyslexia

What has Maths to do with Dyslexia?

Dyslexia, being defined as a difficulty to process the written word – has nothing to do with difficulties with Maths…

however, the mindset that is responsible for the confusion with words has everything to do with confusion to comprehend Maths – often concepts of Maths, understanding Maths problems and the basics.

So yes, it is important to upgrade that mindset and make it easier to get the basics of arithmetic.

 

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