Suitable for specialist and non-specialist teachers to screen entire year groups or individual students who show difficulty with numbers and arithmetic calculation, this screener distinguishes between those who have poor maths ability and those with dyscalculic tendencies.
Standardised to guarantee that results are accurate and reliable, and with British Dyslexia Association Assured status, it gauges students’ abilities to understand number size and simple addition and multiplication. Strengths and weaknesses are revealed, with Standard Age Scores provided as well as recommendations for further assessment.
The Dyscalculia Guidance Handbook contains advice as well as intervention strategies to help dyscalculic students – from pre-school to university age – achieve their potential. It has activities (with photocopiable resources) grouped into specific areas of mathematics to help structure teaching plans, building knowledge vital for dyscalculic students’ progress.