LTTA1 in Granada, Spain from 20th – 24th November 2023

During the training, participants were introduced to the special features of dyscalculia. Together, they worked on a definition, challenges and opportunities. They also discussed what role dyscalculia plays in secondary education, both for learners and teachers. Here too, they discussed the challenges and opportunities in the classroom. In addition, examples of games were played that can also be used in the classroom to support learners with learning difficulties. All in all, it was a successful training, which led to results that can be used in the respective partner countries.

Psychological Well-Being

Coping with dyscalculia often extends beyond mathematical challenges, impacting an individual’s psychological well-being. Frustration, anxiety, and self-doubt can take a toll. This highlights the importance of holistic support, not only in addressing math difficulties but also in promoting mental health awareness. By fostering a nurturing environment that recognizes the emotional impact of dyscalculia, the project empowers individuals to seek the help they need. Through understanding and support, the consortium can help them build resilience and self-esteem, enabling them to navigate both the mathematical and emotional aspects of their educational journey.