💡Key competences for teachers of dyscalculic learners💡

Teachers should adapt their lessons not only to the learning content but above all to the individual needs of the learners. The learners‘ needs are very individual and different, as each learner brings different prior knowledge, learning requirements, motivation, daily form, etc. to the classroom. Learners also bring learning disorders with them, such as dyscalculia. Teachers need knowledge, appropriate awareness and essential skills to effectively treat children with dyscalculia in school to provide them with high-quality teaching. The key competences of a teacher for dyscalculic learners are crucial for learning success in maths lessons.

Key competences: facilitation, responsibility, reflection, support, feedback