Dyscalculia: How to Manage Maths Anxiety

How Tutors Can Use Empathy to Support Students Who Are Disengaged from School

Dyscalculia is a condition that affects a student’s ability to understand number-related concepts, perform calculations and problem solve with figures.

Judy Brice has been providing tuition support to students with dyscalculia for many years and is ‘experienced in helping children who often fall through the cracks at school‘.

We welcome Judy’s experience and positivity onto the Qualified Tutor Podcast, with an exploration of how to manage a dyscalculic student, what techniques work best and, most importantly, the range of props and games you need at your disposal (hint: no one has a better range than Judy …).

To find out more about Judy’s work and to book your own session, visit https://jmbtutoring.co.uk/ and get in touch today. Judy also runs a series of engaging and in-depth courses on managing maths anxiety, which you can find here.

“It’s horrible for a child to go through learning suffering from maths anxiety”

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