Math Learning Disabilities (MLD) and Teaching Students with MLD

Authors

  • Teuta M. Zenku

Abstract

Mostly of students have difficulties in mathematics but some of them are born with those problems and are classify at the
group of students with Math Learning Disabilities. This paper will give definition of MLD, types of dyscalculia, factors that cause it like:
heredity, problems during pregnancy and birth, incidents after birth etc, and will give some strategies that are used for teaching students
with Math Learning Disabilities. Some of those strategies are: involve students in Goal- Setting, Provide Advance Organizer, model
strategic Behavior and Thinking, reinforce strategy application through Feedback, Relationships and Rules, Mnemonic Strategies, giving
MLD students homework etc. This mean that, even that LD is lifelong issue, if parents and others professionals discover a child’s
learning disability early and provide the right kind of help, it can give the child a chance to develop skills needed to lead a successful and
productive life.

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Published

2012-04-01

How to Cite

Zenku, T. M. . (2012). Math Learning Disabilities (MLD) and Teaching Students with MLD. Journal of Educational and Social Research, 2(6), 105. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/jesr/article/view/12041