Tips to help students with math anxiety, dyscalculia

Teaching math in a similar style to teaching a foreign language is one way to help students suffering from dyscalculia, a math-learning disability that often leads to math anxiety, according to Renee Hamilton-Newman, the founder of Dyscalculia.org. She explains how the disorder manifests inside and outside the classroom and offers several ways teachers can accommodate such students.

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