Statistics Vs Probability: What’s the difference?

When we say, “96% of the people think England will win the match”, we are giving a figure that has come after particular research and observation. On the other hand, if we are saying “England has a strong team, hence they have a great chance of winning the match” in this situation, we are imposing … Read more

Dyslexia And High IQ: Finding the connection

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON SEPTEMBER 08, 2022 His teachers said he was mentally slow, unsociable, and adrift in his foolish dreams. The man was Albert Einstein.Learning difficulties and the children who are affected by them need to be better understood by teachers. Even children who are deemed to be brilliant and have high IQs might … Read more

Dealing With Fractions While Having Dyscalculia

Dyscalculia is a learning difficulty affecting children and adults across the globe. People with dyscalculia have persistent trouble understanding numbers and mathematical concepts, due to which they may face challenges in school, work, and daily life. A study[1] corresponding to primary school students in Germany estimates that around 3 – 7% of children and adults … Read more

Hyperbola Vs Parabola: What’s the difference?

Math, as a subject contains different formulas and processes to reach the solution, it can be challenging for students to understand the basic difference between hyperbola and parabola. While the formula and pictures help them know what is a hyperbola and parabola, it is crucial for them to understand the concept in a deeper sense. … Read more

Understanding Geography With Dyslexia: How To Manage?

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON AUGUST 29, 2022 Learning disorders are of different types, and dyslexia is one of them. These disorders affect a person’s ability to learn, retain, and use specific skills. This influences the academic performance of students dealing with these issues. Students with dyslexia often struggle with reading, writing activities, and the use … Read more

Is Singapore Math Good For Dyscalculics Or Dyslexics?

Is singapore math good for Dyscalculics or Dyslexics

Singapore Math is an approach to teaching mathematics in an objective, meaningful way which focuses on concrete, pictorial and abstract learning more than rote learning of concepts. The subject of this method is taught by lived experiences in classrooms through objects, models, and ideas. Often, learning disabilities come in the way of the academic learning … Read more

Q. Is It True That Dyslexia Worsens With Age?

Can dyslexia worsen with age

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON AUGUST 15, 2022 While children and parents alike try to figure out “what’s wrong”, it’s sad that they, more often than not, blame themselves for no fault of theirs. Parents frequently wonder, “Will my child outgrow dyslexia — or would it become worse?” as they see their child struggle with dyslexia-related … Read more

Is playing piano difficult for individuals with dyscalculia?

Dyscalculia and piano

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON AUGUST 15, 2022 Dyscalculia is the inability to count numbers or decode symbols. It is also associated with deficits in calculations and most mathematical processes. It affects the number sense building ability of children. In addition to that, they cannot identify numbers and signs or understand directions. Although incorporating music in … Read more

Is Cursive Good For Dyslexia?

dyslexia and cursive writing

Dyslexia is a neurological deficit. It is a learning disability in which affected learners have deficits in reading and sometimes even writing. It is often characterized by difficulties with accurate word recognition, and decoding and may slow down vocabulary growth. However, with effective interventions and proper support, affected learners of dyslexia can become good readers … Read more