Potis Calculia: Learning Resources Platform for Dyscalculia

Authors

  • Vinothini Vinothini
  • Aida Mustapha
  • Yun Jae Won
  • Akansha Mandhana

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14419/ijet.v8i1.7.25976

Published:

2019-01-18

Keywords:

Dyscalculia, Learning.

Abstract

Dyscalculia is severe difï¬culty in making arithmetical calculations. The population of dyscalculia children are comparably lower than other

Disabilities such as the down syndrome, hence the resources for are highly insufï¬cient. However, since the population is elevating slowly, the gap in learning resources has to be addressed. This research proposes an integrated learning platform using website that offers learning materials speciï¬c for dyscalculia children. The development methodology takes into account understanding the brain process in effort to help the children to overcome their disabilities. Evaluation results showed positive feedback among the users and will be continuously improved to ensure they have equal opportunities in learning.

 

 

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