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Numerical skills in children with Down syndrome : can they be improved?

By: Lanfranchi, Silvia.
Contributor(s): Aventaggiato, Federica | Jerman, Olga | Vianello, Renzo.
Series: Research in Developmental Disabilities 45-46 2015: 129-135. 2015Subject(s): DOWN SYNDROME | NUMERACY | INTERVENTION | EFFECTIVENESS | NUMERICAL INTELLIGENCE VOL 1 | NUMERICAL INTELLIGENCE VOL 2Summary: Explores the impact of a numerical skills training program on the basic mathematical skills and logical thinking in children with Down syndrome (DS). The training program was built specifically for children with DS, bearing the strengths and weaknesses of their particular cognitive profile in mind. Results suggest that our training program is both feasible and effective for children with Down syndrome.
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Explores the impact of a numerical skills training program on the basic mathematical skills and logical thinking in children with Down syndrome (DS). The training program was built specifically for children with DS, bearing the strengths and weaknesses of their particular cognitive profile in mind. Results suggest that our training program is both feasible and effective for children with Down syndrome.

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