Dynamo Post14 Dyscalculia Self Perception Indicators Questionnaire
(Coming Soon!) Dynamo Post14 Dyscalculia Self Perception Indicators Screener is skilfully designed using a qualitative questionnaire that aims to gather unique viewpoints, personal encounters, and individual interpretations of difficulties related to mathematics.
The questions are based on well-researched traits commonly associated with dyscalculia.
This screener is employed as a first step, either for making a preliminary assessment or for recommending further evaluation specifically for dyscalculia.
Upon completion, this questionnaire generates an all-encompassing easy-to-read report presenting a wealth of valuable dyscalculia indicators while also delivering recommendations that warrant specific areas for further investigation.
Intended for: Individual assessment, supporting pre-functional skills, career change, personal development, and overcoming difficulties with numeracy.
Age: 14 – 99 years
Average Time: 10-15 minutes
Cost: Comes as FREE as bundled with the Number Sense Profiler. (Coming Soon!)
Administration time: The questionnaire can be administered online and takes approximately 10-15 minutes.
Whilst this is a guideline, the time taken is driven by the unique neurodevelopmental profile of the pupil.
Outcome: The assessment can be used:
- to identify if the individual is at-risk of dyscalculia.
- by teachers, specialists, advisers and educational psychologists to support their decision making
- to provide indicators of dyscalculia
- to assist in decision making for further investigation or support.
DynamoPost14 – Dyscalculia Questionnaire can be used to screen pupils for indicators of dyscalculia so that pupils can be supported with further tests or development of support plan.
We are conducting a pilot study in partnership with the Organisations, Colleges, Further and Higher Education to collect data toward further research and standardisation. If your organisations wishes to participate in data collection, please contact email@example.com
The test results are presented in simple and easy-to-use reports.
These reports, which bring all the assessments results and supporting information into one complete SEND report and this can be presented to the stakeholders to support the intervention strategies.
Below are a set of templates to assist in capturing co-occurring SEN conditions, test observations to support accommodations and adjustment recommendations.