Accessibility - Math leaarning and problems with language

Math is a subject that many students struggle with, especially those who have language problems such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, or aphasia. These problems can affect their ability to read, write, speak, or understand numbers, symbols, and words. As a result, they may have difficulties in memorizing math facts, following instructions, solving problems, or explaining their reasoning.

However, this does not mean that they cannot learn math. In fact, there are many ways to make math learning more accessible for students with language problems, using different strategies and tools. Here are some of the challenges that language problems pose for math learning, and how to overcome them:

One of the most innovative platforms that uses these strategies and tools for math learning is Matical Orange , a new startup that focuses on accessible learning of math. Matical Orange offers a unique feature that automates the times tables for children with language problems, using flashcards as a learning method. This feature helps children to master the times tables in a fast and effective way, without relying on language skills. Matical Orange also uses AI to personalize the learning process and provide feedback and support to the learners.

  1. Making Mathematics Accessible - Microsoft Accessibility Blog
  2. How do Language Skills Impact Math Learning? - Kennedy Krieger Institute
  3. Teaching Math to Children With Language Disabilities - Verywell Family
  4. Teaching Math as a Language - Landmark Outreach
  5. AEM Center: Teaching with Accessible Math

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