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Identification tools

Teachers’ and students’ questionnaires for the definition and identification of Learning Disabilities in Math.

Questionnaire to Identify Difficulties in Math (A1)

This questionnaire aims at finding which difficulties a student may have and which are the symptoms of such difficulties.
Through an interactive questionnaire the teachers will be then able to Map the different Learning Disabilities of their students and the related difficulties they have to tackle underachievement.

Questionnaire to Identify Solving Strategies for Math Difficulties (A2)

This questionnaire aims at identifying the best strategies that teachers can apply in order to effectively address the students' mathematical difficulties.
The teachers will be guided to implement the most appropriate strategies to help students to overcome their underachievement in Math.

Questionnaire to Identify Students with Difficulties in Math

The questionnaire aims at making an initial analysis that allows to divide students into specific categories.
The questionnaire is composed of exercises and questions of variable difficulty, including exercises in which linguistic analysis is decisive in the successful understanding of the text and therefore for answering to the question.

Questionnaire to Categorize Difficulties in Math

The questionnaire includes different typologies of questions depending on the different types of difficulties to be identified.
The aim is to determine which are the difficulties having the greatest impact on students' performance in Mathematics.

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The SMiLD project is funded by the European Commission through the Italian National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme. This web site reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.