GCSE Maths for Neurodivergent Learners: Build Your Confidence in Number, Proportion and Algebra
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We have all, as teachers, experienced the frustration of just not knowing how to get through to a child.
Whilst manipulatives for maths are commonplace in primary school, they are much scarcer in secondary school and if used at all will be often associated with the stigma of ‘having to use the equipment’ something that is reserved for the children that don’t understand. I would say that for parents, some time would need to be spent reading through and preparing resources, etc before starting to work through.It would be fair to say that initial teacher training does little to prepare a teacher to meet the individual needs of all the children they are presented with. This is the first GCSE maths study guide (covering number, proportion and algebra) that uses engaging multisensory methods of learning for students with specific learning differences. For anyone with a child in Y 9, 10 or 11 who really struggles with maths, time spent familiarising your child with the techniques, strategies and resources would be time well spent and help build your child's confidence and understanding.
We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. I highly recommend this comprehensive book for every neurodiverse learner working towards GCSE Maths. I actually enjoy teaching and using Napier’s bones with Key Stages 2 and 3, so I was delighted to see them used here…the problem is, sitting in a GCSE exam, it isn’t one of the allowable items of equipment you can put in your clear plastic pencil case.The way in which the material is presented is quite efficient, and the practise questions are of great assistance. GCSE Maths for Neurodivergent Learners has been written to enable children to understand their neurodiversity better and to understand how it impacts on their learning.