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Dyscalculia, also known as “number blindness,” is a learning condition that affects a person’s ability to understand math and number concepts. Check out our section on books about dyscalculia in PDF format.

People with dyscalculia may have limited memory for recalling numbers at work and cannot even perform simple single-digit addition. In some cases, dyscalculia is accompanied by other language-processing disorders that can complicate mathematical understanding.

To solve more advanced mathematical problems successfully, individuals must follow a series of procedures based on well-established theories. People with dyscalculia may have difficulty visualizing patterns, identifying important facts, or understanding the different parts of a problem, which impedes problem-solving.

There is an insufficient scientific basis to demonstrate that dyscalculia is linked to general intelligence, even though it represents a difficulty for children to perform outstandingly well in school. 

Dyscalculia is a kind of numerical dyslexia. In fact, there are many similarities between the two terms, such as the number of people affected by both disorders. To learn more about the concept of dyscalculia, visit our section with more than 20 books about dyscalculia in PDF format.

Here we present our complete selection of Books about Dyscalculia:

1) Exploring Dyscalculia and Its Effects on Math Students

Cornue, Julia W.

2) Supporting Specific Learning Difference (Dyscalculia)

East Dunbartonshire Council

3) Dyslexia, Dyscalculia and Maths Learning Difficulties

Professor Steve Chinn

4) Learning Difficulties Information Guide. Numeracy

State of Victoria

5) Screening for Characteristics of Dyscalculia: Identifying Unconventional Fraction Understandings

Katherine E. Lewis, Grace M. Thompson, Sarah A. Tov

6) Guidance on identifying dyscalculia and supporting children and young people (CYP) who have persistent difficulties in acquiring numeracy skills.

Hertfordshire County Council

7) Strategies for Teaching Mathematics to Students with Dyslexia and Dyscalculia (Presentation)

Honi J. Bamberger

8) Dyscalculia: Characteristics, Causes, and Treatments

Gavin R. Price, Daniel Ansari

9) Dyscalculia Test. Technical Manual


10) Dyscalculia: Its Types, Symptoms, Causal Factors, and Remedial Programmes

Bweyhunle Khing

11) Developmental dyscalculia in adults

Liane Kaufmann, Michael von Aster,Silke M. Göbel

12) Dyscalculia: What We Must Know about Students Learning Disability in Mathematics?

Muhammad Sofwan Mahmud, Mohd Syazwan Zainal

13) Treatment for Kids With Dyscalculia

Amanda Morin

14) Signs of dyscalculia at different ages

Understood Team

15) Characteristics of Dyscalculia in Mathematics Learning

Yoong Soo May & Noor Aini Ahmad

16) Dyscalculia – Implications for learning and possible strategies to support learners

Edge Hill University

17) Dyscalculia

The Beacon Folkestone

18) An overview of dyscalculia (Article)

Matthew Thomas Michaelson

19) Dyscalculia at an Early Age

David C. Geary

20) Dyslexia & dyscalculia

UK Parliament

21) Dyscalculia Infosheet


22) Identifying Dyscalculia


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