What in the world is dyscalculia?

by Dr. Honora Wall, Ed.D.

What in the world is dyscalculia? Dyscalculia is the math learning disorder most people have never heard of. Which is hard to believe, because approximately 5 million K-12 students have dyscalculia-- just in the USA! Find out what this learning disorder means to you as a teacher, a parent, and as a student. Presented by EduCalc Learning, https://www.educalclearning.com/ and hosted by Dr. Honora Wall, Ed.D. 

Podcast episodes

  • Season 1

  • S01 E13 - Test Accommodations for Dyscalculia

    S01 E13 - Test Accommodations for Dyscalculia

    This episode discusses Dr. Wall's research into using increased blank space as a test accommodation for students with dyscalculia. Find out how she used a quantitative study to look into the use of increased blank space. Her resul...

    16:52
  • S01 E12 - My First Math Student

    S01 E12 - My First Math Student

    Dr. Wall discusses her first math student, and the lessons she learned in helping this person find success in math. Please send your comments or ideas for future episodes to honora@educalclearning.com, and visit www.educalclearnin...

    21:12
  • S01 E11 - The Problem with Basic Facts

    S01 E11 - The Problem with Basic Facts

    How long should you drill basic facts? For students with dyscalculia, the answer is never again! Stop drilling basic facts. Find out why, and what to do instead, in this episode. Share your comments with honora@educalclearning.com...

    18:10
  • S01 E10 - Teacher to Teacher

    S01 E10 - Teacher to Teacher

    In this episode, host Honora Wall has a bone to pick... and some good advice for teachers to modernize their work, reflect on their personal goals for their students, and to respect their profession by actively engaging in moderni...

    17:07
  • S01 E09 - Middle School Math

    S01 E09 - Middle School Math

    Middle school math is a crucial time for students with dyscalculia. The math learning disability impacts middle school math in key areas. Why is graphing so difficult? Why are variables so confusing? How does dyscalculia affect ma...

    19:57