Many thanks to CSH Journalism and Computers teacher Tracy Sena for sharing a link to this fascinating new app! Dyscalculator was developed by the Danish Ministry of Education to help students with dyscalculia, a learning difference that can make reading and speaking numbers difficult. I’m intrigued by several of the app’s features, including text and digit versions of different numbers and keeping all mathematical operations visible on screen at once.
Learn more from the app’s website here: http://www.dyscalculator.com/
View it on the app store here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/dyscalculator/id508012847?mt=8