How Virtual Tutoring Supports Special Education Needs and Disabilities Students
Children might often find maths challenging and tricky at times. Mathematical skills such as counting,
problem-solving, and mental arithmetic can sometimes be even more difficult for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. As Educators and parents, we know finding the appropriate maths
programme can be a trial and error process as what is right for one child may not be for another.
We know how important it is to tailor the learning process to each individual child’s needs. There are numerous considerations. Some of these are explored with explanations on how our differentiated
virtual tutoring service, Maths-Whizz, can be used within these different contexts, like identifying gaps, motivation, developing memory, a multi-sensory approach, and essential tips on how these considerations can be implemented.