History  Definitions  Types of Deficits  Types of Dyscalculia  Miscellaneous 

100What is Dyslexia
This term was used by Adolf Kussamaul to describe children that could not read through their eye sight was perfect.

100What is Reading
This term is defined as a visualauditory task that involves obtaining meaning from symbols

100What is Phonological Processing
The most common source of reading difficulties that impede the acquisition of word recognition skills.

100What is Graphical
This type of Dyscalculia causes difficulties with writing mathematical symbols

100What is CRA Sequence
One of the most popular theoretical frameworks for teaching mathematics to all children.

200What is Dyslexia
In 1887 German physician Rudolf Berlin described this term "very great difficulty in interpreting written or printed symbols"

200What is Dyslexia
is a specific learning disability that is neurological in nature and severe difficulty in learning to read

200What is Name Speed Deficit
It is the inability to retrieve rapidly the spoken referent for visual stimuli. Children with dyslexia will often display symptoms of?

200What is Verbal Dyscalculia
The difficulty with talking about mathematical concepts or relationships is

200What is Eighty Percent
This percent of children with an identifies learning disability will struggle with reading.

300Who is The Lancet
Ophthalmologist James Hinshelwood described word blindness in this medical journal in 1895

300What is Dyscalculia
This term is defined as having severe problems with mathematics or neurologically based disorder of mathematical abilities.

300What is Orthographic Coding
This refers to procedures for creating unitary mental representations from print.

300What is Translating their abstract mathematical knowledge into realworld actions or procedures
People who have Practognostic Dyscalculia have difficulty with what?

300What is mathematical calculation and mathematical reasoning
The IDEA identifies these two mathematical problem areas for students with disabilities in this law.

400What is Dr. Ladislav Kosc
This researcher identified dyscalculia in 1974

400What is Qualitative Dyscalculia
This is the inability to comprehend instruction and failure to master the skills of an operation.

400What is Phonological Awareness
The understanding of structure of spoken language that is made up of words, and words consist of syllables, rhymes, and sounds.

400What is Lexical Dyscalculia
People suffering from this may be able to read individual digits but unable to recall their place in a larger number.

400What is Orton Gillingham Method
This multisensory method in which children are taught phoneme and the representative letter combinations that represent the sound, one at a time, in specific order, in a small group.

500What is Dyscalculia
Derived from Greek and Latin and means "counting badly". The word "dys" come from Greek and means "badly" and "calculie" comes from the Latin word "calculare", which means "to count"

500What is Orthography
The aspect of language study concerned with letters and their sequences in words.

500What is Orthographic Deficit
Studies have indicated that a third core deficit of individuals with reading disability may be related to this deficit.

500What is Ideognistic Dyscalculia
This type of dyscalculia is not limited to oral or written understanding; it is a generalized difficulty with understanding numbers and math as a whole.

500What is story mapping
A procedure used to improve reading comprehension through a schema building technique
