In this blogpost Dr. Daniel B. Berch explains the difficulties in identifying math learning disabilities and how math learning disabilities may present themselves in young children. Dr. Berch identifies "transcoding" and "subitizing" as two ways in which math learning disabilities may first become clear to educators and researchers. A related resource,"How Teachers and Parents Can Help Elementary School Students with Math LD" by Dr. Berch, is cataloged separately.
Contributed by: Daniel B. Berch - Author, National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) - Publisher
This resource is included in the following PD Collection(s): Understanding Math Learning DisabilitiesThis collection helps teachers understand the difficulties students with disabilities may encounter in the classroom. Teachers will learn to recognize, identify and address the signs of learning struggles. Knowing how various disabilities affect learning helps teachers plan lessons to meet specific students' needs. Supplemental videos, articles, resources, and blogs help educators further understand math and language learning disabilities and provide tips on modifying instruction to foster student progress.
Math TopicNumber Sense, Number Concepts
Grade LevelK, 1, 2, 3
Resource TypeReference Materials, Article, Community
Education TopicStudent populations
ContributorDaniel B. Berch - Author, National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) - Publisher