Dyscalculia (Term 4)

6:30pm, 24th Oct 2022 - 8:30pm, 24th Oct 2022

Judy Hornigold



$75.00 Members | $90.00 Non-Members | $65.00 Specialist Teacher

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Event Details


This webinar will look at the reasons why so many children struggle with maths, including dyscalculia and maths anxiety. Indicators of dyscalculia will be detailed together with a review of current screening tools to identify dyscalculia.

We will also explore a range of strategies to support children with dyscalculia including techniques such as visualisation and bar modelling. How to get the most out of concrete manipulatives will also be explored.

The training will be very practical with strategies that practitioners will be able to implement straight away in their teaching.

The training will refer to research in this area, from practitioners and researchers including Prof. Steve Chinn, Prof. Brian Butterworth and Prof. Jo Boaler.


Judy Hornigold is an educational consultant specialising in Maths and learners with dyscalculia and dyslexia. Her teaching career started in primary schools before she moved into teaching children with special needs. Judy delivers key notes, workshops and training in Dyslexia, Dyscalculia and Maths Mastery across the world, including New Zealand, Australia and Dubai.

Judy has been involved in curriculum development for the past 10 years including:

Series editor- Maths-No Problem! Textbook series
Author and Trainer for Maths-No Problem! Training and teaching in International settings
Senior Lecturer in Inclusion at Edgehill University
Trainer and author for the British Dyslexia Association
Co-founder of the Dyscalculia Association


Help! My Child Has Dyslexia (LDA), 2011.
Dyscalculia Lesson Plans Books 1 and 2 (TTS) 2014
Dyscalculia Pocketbooks (Teachers’ Pocketbooks) 2015
Making Maths Visual and Tactile (SEN Books) 2016
Understanding Maths Difficulties (OUP) 2017
Can I tell you about Dyscalculia? (JKP) 2020
Awesome Activities for Kids with Numeracy Difficulties: Publication 2021
Strategies for those who learn differently: GCSE Maths Publication 2021
Speld Qld encourages schools to register teachers by using a credit card for payment via the register now button. If you need an invoice please contact admin@speld.org.au to request a Workshop Registration Form. 

Please note: this workshop will be delivered online through the platform, Zoom. You will receive any handouts, together with the Zoom workshop link via email on the morning of Monday, 24 October 2022.  If you have not received an email by 12:00pm Monday, please check your junk mail. 

IMPORTANT: Please ensure you have Zoom downloaded and updated prior to the workshop start time.


Important Notes

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3. You will receive a certificate after the event.  
4. Certificates will not be issued to participants if a School / Organisation has not finalised payment by the day of the Workshop. Once payment has been finalised, the certificate will be emailed to the participant.