How to support students with dyscalculia?

05 October, 2023

Watch the webinar that delves into the complexities of dyscalculia and provides valuable insights on how educators, parents, and support professionals can effectively support students with this learning difference.


Dyscalculia is a specific learning disability that affects a person's ability to understand and work with numbers. 


It can present unique challenges for students, but with the right strategies and support, they can excel academically and gain confidence in their mathematical abilities.

support students with dyscalculia
Webinar highlights:

Understanding dyscalculia

Effective teaching strategies: Explore a variety of evidence-based teaching strategies and interventions that can be tailored to meet the unique needs of students with dyscalculia.

Technology and tools: Discover how technology can be harnessed to support students with dyscalculia in and out of the classroom. We will explore the latest assistive technology and educational apps designed to enhance mathematical learning.

Personalized learning plans: Explore the concept of personalized learning plans (PLPs) and how they can be developed to cater to the specific needs of students with dyscalculia.

Q&A session: At the end of the webinar, participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and seek clarification on any topics discussed during the presentation.

Christian V
Christian Vögeli
Founder & General Manager Constructor for Schools

Christian Vögeli received his M.Sc. in Computer Science from the Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich (ETHZ) in 2005 with honors. As a research assistant he directed, with the support of psychologists, the first successful user study of Grafari (Orthograph) in 2006. He has effectively led the development of Grafari (Orthograph) from prototype to commercial product, and with his professor co-founded the company in 2007, which later turned into Constructor for Schools. He was the project leader for developing Calcularis, the first intervention tool for dyscalculia, for which neuronal improvements were shown. Ever since, Christian Vögeli is driven to support teachers and parents in their quest to unlock their children’s full academic potential.



Who should attend:


Special education professionals

Parents and caregivers

School administrators

Education technology specialists

Anyone interested in supporting students with dyscalculia