Featured Experts by Location
Canada: Dr. Brad B. Hale | Dr. John Mighton | Dr. Daniel Ansari
Publications: Dyscalculia: Characteristics, Causes & Treatments (2013) w/ Gavin R. Price
Math Anxiety & Dyscalculia (2011)
Affiliations: Univ. of Sussex | University of Oxford | Univ. College London
Programs: JUMP Math
Publications: The Myth of Ability: Nurturing Math Ability in Every Child (2003)
The End of Ignorance (2007)
Playwright: 3 Gov. General Awards
Czechoslovakia: Dr. Ladislav Kosc (1924-2016)
Dr. Ladislav Kosc, Clinical Psychologist (1924-2016), Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
Head of the Department of Child Pathopsychology in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
6% of pop.; Types: verbal, practognostic, lexical, graphical, ideognostical, and operational
Tony Attwood, Chair, The UK Dyscalculia Centre, England UK
Dr. Brian Butterworth, Cognitive Neuroscientist, Institute of Education - London, England
Univ. of Melbourne | +61 3 8344 6377 |
VIDEO: Just Trial & Error
Dr. Stephen Chin, England
BOOKS: Routledge Intl. Handbook of Dyscalculia - 30 chapters by global experts, 2014.
France: Stanislas Dehaene
Stanislas Dehaene | INSERM-CEA Cognitive Neuroimaging, Paris, France
Games: The Number Race (remedial software)
Affiliations: Edge | International Society for the Study of Attention and Performance
Germany: Dr. Michael Wehrmann
Dr. Michael Wehrmann, Institut für Mathematisches Lerne Braunschweig, Germany
Publications: Centre for Evidence and Social Innovation
New Zealand: Dr. Anna Wilson
Affiliations: INSERM-CEA Neuroimaging - Paris, France | Univ. Oregon | Univ California - Berkeley
USA: Dr. Vinon Menon (CA) | Dr. Nancy Jordan (DE) | Dr. Alfredo Ardila (FL) | Dr. Paul Nolting (FL) | Mahesh Sharma (MA) | Renee Newman (MI) | Michelle Mazzocco (MN) | Dr. David Geary (MO) | Dr. Josef Gerstmann (NY) | Dr. Gavin Price (TN) | Dr, Daniel Berch (VA) | Dr. Virginia Berninger (WA) | Dr. Edward Hubbard (WI)
MathBrain Project - Neuroscience Dept. at Stanford University
MathBrain Project Goals:
(1) To better understand the normal development of mathematical skills.
(2) To understand the neural basis of dyscalculia and mathematical difficulties.
(3) To develop brain-based methods and evidence to help improve mathematical skills in individuals with dyscalculia and specific learning disabilities.
Publications: Number Sense Screener Guide K-1, Res. Ed.
Dr. Alfredo Ardila, Communication Sciences & Disorders, Florida International Univ. USA
Publications: Acalculia (1998) |
Memory abilities ... subtypes of dyscalculia. Dev Neuropsychol. 2006.
Gender...correlates of math skills in school-aged... Child Neuropsychol. 2009 May 15.
On the evolution of calculation abilities. Front Evol Neurosci. 2010.
Dysexecutive agraphia... Neurosci. 2006 May.
Dr. Paul D. Nolting, Univ. of S. Florida, & Florida Gulf Coast University USA
Publications: College Math Substitutions (1993)
Worksheets Plus: Bk 1 - Number System
Worksheets Plus: Book 2 - Calculations
Worksheets Plus: Book 3 - Solving
Mahesh Sharma, Professor & Author | Framingham State University | Framingham, Massachusetts, USA
Journals: Math Notebook | FOCUS on Learning Disabilities in Mathematics
Webinar: Tuesday Mornings with Professor Sharma: 8 AM ET Zoom Meeting ID: 508 494 4608 P: mathforall
- Blog: Learning the Language of Math
- Workshops: The Differentiated Math Classroom
Affiliations: Cambridge College, Oxford University, University of Leeds, Framingham State University
Renee M. Hamilton-Newman, M.S.-Sp.Ed., M.Ed-ISD, Founder, Dyscalculia.org, Michigan USA
firstname.lastname@example.org | 1+ (612) 624-2928
Dr. Josef Gerstmann, Neuropsychiatrist (1887-1969) New York Acad. of Medicine, New York
The CEN Lab, at Peabody College, Vanderbilt University, uses behavioral and brain imaging methods to investigate how the human brain represents and processes numerical information, and how those processes support the learning of arithmetic and mathematical skills.
Dr. Virginia Berninger, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington USA
Publications: Brain Literacy for Educators & Psychologists
Oxford Handbook of School Psychology (p. 1422-1622)