Dyscalculia Web Sites , Videos & Professional Resources,

 

Web Sites

About Dyscalculia
 

Dr Anna Wilson's site for dyscalculics and researchers.

 

 
The Dyscalculia Forum
 

A US-based site for people with dyscalculia.

 

About Dyscalculia
 
Dyscalculia, Dyslexia and Maths
 

The British Dyslexia Association

 


Every Child Counts
 

The Mathematical Brain
 

This website has many technical articles on dyscalculia. Please try the search facility below or go the main site.

 
 

  


 

Videos

Numberphile on Dyscalculia.

 
 

 
 
 
 

BBC: The One Show on Dyscalculia.

 
 

  

Three extracts from "Sorry, Wrong Number", a film made by Alex Gabbay and Brian Butterworth for the Educating Together web site.

 
 
  


 
Educating Together
 
Beau
 

A highly intelligent 8 year old struggling with a simple problem that typical children of his age can do with confidence.


 

Beau
 
Paul Moorcraft  

A prolific author shows that dyscalculia can persist into adulthood.

 

Paul
 
Trish Babtie
 

A special needs teacher, explaining a strategy for helping dycalculics understand basic number concepts. Trish Babtie is a co-author with Jane Emerson of "The Dyscalculia Assessment", Continuum Publishing Corporation (2010).

 

Trish
 




Professional Resources

Identifying dyscalculia
 

Butterworth, B. (2003). "Dyscalculia Screener". London: nferNelson Publishing Company Ltd. This can be administered only by a qualified person, such as an educational psychologist,

 
 

Helping dyscalculics
 

Butterworth, B., & Yeo, D. (2004). "Dyscalculia Guidance". London: nferNelson.

 
 



Developing "Number Sense"
 

Potentially useful software, based on the work of Dorian Yeo, Jane Emerson, and Trish Babtie, special needs teachers, developed by Diana Laurillard and Hassan Baajour at the London Knowledge Lab. There is also a forum for feedback to the software designers.

 
 

Dyscalculia Primer and Resource Guide
 

This is from the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development's education division with a useful article by Dr Anna Wilson, a leading researcher in dyscalculia.