This is a super book from two very knowledgeable authors on this topic who explain why acquiring mathematical skills may be problematic for some neurodiverse learners. They explore why traditional, conventional approaches may be ineffective for some learners and can even result in a real aversion to mathematics and poor attainment.
The book covers specific areas of the maths GCSE curriculum e.g. multiplication and division, place value and decimals, fractions, algebra, etc. and for each, it provides simple explanations of key concepts with clear, colourful visuals. Great use of multisensory approaches and there are plenty of targeted interactive activities for learners to practice their emerging skills.
This book will be a real support for any neurodiverse learner struggling with the acquisition of numeracy skills.
Written by Judy Hornigold and Rose Jewell