The Dyscalculia Toolkit - 3rd Edition
This is a huge volume of 200 innovative teaching activities and 50 games to support children 6-14 years old who have dyscalculia or struggle with maths or numbers.
Includes access to a wealth of downloadable additional material and loads of creative ideas and strategies.
More information below.
This new 3rd edition of the bestselling The Dyscalculia Toolkit continues to meet the needs of specialist and non-specialist teachers working with learners aged 6 to 14 years, who have difficulties with mathematics and numbers.
It comes with over 200 activities and 50 games, new and improved illustrations, and an expanded list of recommended readings, useful websites and resources. This third edition also provides exclusive access to an exciting accompanying website which features: 10 animated videos demonstrating a selection of games from every section. Editable student tracking sheets organised by teaching point and section.
Over 70 pages of downloadable and printable teaching materials including activity sheets, game boards, teaching resources and summary tables.
Packed full of practical, creative and innovative ideas and strategies, this is the complete toolkit to help teachers and parents support learners with dyscalculia or those struggling with mathematics. Publishing date: 2017
Ronit Bird is a teacher whose interest in pupils with specific learning difficulties began with a focus on dyslexia. She qualified as a teacher at London University and subsequently gained a further qualification as a specialist teacher of learners with SpLD. While working with dyslexic pupils in a mainstream school, Ronit started to develop strategies and teaching activities to help support the learning of pupils who were experiencing difficulties in maths.
Author: Ronit Bird has taught in both primary and secondary settings, and has worked as a SENCO in both independent and state sectors. As part of the Harrow Dyscalculia Project in 2006-2010, Ronit ran training courses on dyscalculia for subject leaders, teachers and teaching assistants, later working in an advisory capacity with participating schools across the harrow LEA. Ronit currently works as a teacher and continues to create and deliver professional development courses for teachers. Over the past few years Ronit has developed a growing interest in making demonstration videos for teachers and parents.