Devised and delivered by an internationally regarded expert in the field of maths learning difficulties.
Typical symptoms of dyscalculia
- Difficulty when counting backwards
- A poor sense of number and estimation
- Difficulty in remembering 'basic' facts
- Difficulty in understanding place value
- Slow to perform calculations
- Addition is often the default operation
- Weak mental arithmetic skills
- High levels of mathematics anxiety
Each video uses carefully designed visual images, matched to the relevant maths vocabulary and concepts in order to enhance understanding.
The structure of the programme and the principles that drive it are based on research from around the world on how people learn, and fail to learn, maths.
The videos develop an understanding of maths by addressing and circumventing the barriers that handicap learning. They are about using that understanding to support memory.
At Maths Explained we understand mathematical learning difficulties through years of teaching and research. Our experience is such that we’ve even written some of the worlds' most comprehensive books on the subject!
My 13 year old has just started your program and for the first time in his life is understanding math! I cannot come close to conveying the struggles we have been through with the education system, and so, now as a home-schooled student, and with 'maths explained', he is learning the explanations behind WHY we do something, not just being told to 'do it that way'. Thank you so much for this program. I wish it were mandatory viewing of every teacher in Australia, for the damage their lack of understanding of learning differences does is too great. With your program, I hope to not only help my son learn basic math, but restore his self-esteem along the way. Best 30 pounds ever spent!!’A Mum from Australia
The Maths Explained videos have proved invaluable for a number of my students this term, and I am now really getting to grips with your approach of using the core numbersJamie Lowe, Head of Learning Support
It is such an excellent course and your visuals are great!Gilly Payne, Professional Course Tutor at the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre