Mathematics and Dyslexia Part II

What can we learn from mathematics educators who have dyslexia, or whose children have dyslexia? In a serious of posts a year ago, Paula Beardell Kreig wrote some thoughts about working with her children, who have dyslexia. I recommend reading through both posts.

Here is the first:

https://plus.google.com/102934784406938581133/posts/N7VwoPosVGx

And here is the second

https://plus.google.com/102934784406938581133/posts/KenfEAmHvTS

What are the implications of what she suggests? How can we build on this work in the classroom?

One comment

  1. Can’t wait for your SwDMathChat Thursday. I work at a school for children with LBLD such as dyslexia and would love to connect!

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