🧑‍🏫Teaching methods and techniques on the education of students with different learning levels 👩‍🏫

Teachers, who work with dyscalculic students, should use multisensory teaching techniques, which can be highly effective, because they involve using multiple senses (sight, hearing, touch, and movement) to help students learn and remember information.

To help children with dyscalculia in terms of information processing or information processing speed in understanding a new skill quickly, teachers need to always give enough time or ‚wait time‘. It will help children with dyscalculia to process information effectively, especially a newly learned mathematical concept.

One of the main problem areas for children with dyscalculia is the recognition of numbers, mathematical signs or number symbols. The strength of children with dyscalculia is excellent visual thinking, so creative methods should be used in the teaching and learning process.