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Attitude that teachers have to have

Children with dyscalculia often experience frustration, anxiety and low self-esteem or poor self-image.The right approach and understanding can make an enormous difference in the life of students!

It is very important to consider what kind of positive attitudes teachers should choose to support them.


•    Be patient and positive when students practice; no punish for apparently careless works; avoid criticisms for mistakes. Point out errors gently and kindly!
•    Encourage to take time and reflect before answering.
•    Remember them that everyone needs different strategies and instruments to get a solution
•    Remind the student to have a stop when he/she becomes tired.