Dr Kinga Morsanyi
17th November 2023
01:00 PM GMT
Want to find out more about Dyscalculia?
This webinar is a must-attend for anyone seeking to understand, support, and empower individuals with this unique learning difference.
Gain insights and practical strategies to conquer Dyscalculia with Dr Kinga Morsanyi, a senior Lecturer and Researcher in Mathematical Cognition at Loughborough University.
Discover actionable ways YOU can make a positive difference in the lives of those with Dyscalculia.
In this webinar you will learn:
Understanding Dyscalculia: Definition & Diagnosis
Unmasking Everyday Challenges
Empowering Strategies for Support
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About Dr Kinga Morsanyi
Dr Kinga Morsanyi is a Senior Lecturer in Mathematical Cognition at Loughborough University. One of her main research interests is dyscalculia (specific learning difficulty in mathematics). She is also leading the development of an app (Numeralis), which includes a standardised screening instrument for dyscalculia and tasks to assess the broader cognitive profile of learners. Dr Morsanyi is an associate editor or editorial board member of several academic journals, a member of the UK Young Academy, and the Young Academy of Europe, and advisory board member of the Dyscalculia Network.
About the Centre for Mathematical Cognition
The Centre for Mathematical Cognition (CMC) at Loughborough University is a world-leading centre for relevant research on mathematical thinking and learning in education.
Launched in 2020 with £16.4m of funding from Research England and the Economic and Social Research Council, the Centre brings together a vibrant group of researchers who harness insights from basic scientific research to understand how people learn mathematics and how this can be facilitated.
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