Evidence based specialist resource to support
pupils struggling with maths

 

Dynamo Maths identifies and supports pupils at-risk of developmental dyscalculia and pupils who are performing significantly below their peers in maths.
 

Dynamo Maths has two components:

- Dynamo Assessment - Standardised dyscalculia assessment baselined at ages 6 to 9. It provides a profile of strength and weakness, supported by an Individual Support Plan, signposted to Dynamo Intervention


- Dynamo Intervention - for ages 6 to 8, incorporates a purposeful triple pathway remediation
     
Dynamo Maths - Dyscalculia
Standardised Assessment and Intervention
SEND

Dynamo Maths is underpinned by a researched and evidence based NumberSenseMMR™ framework

NumberSenseMMR™ stages has been correlated by the
University of Oxford
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  Case Studies and Evidence Base   Training:  
 
pdf Presentation WCES University of Oxford - Evidence of Support
pdf London Borough of Hounslow - 6 Primary Schools
pdf Special Children Magazine -Boldermere School
pdf CaseStudy - Foxwood Autistic School Hythe
 
 
 
pdf CaseStudy - Worcestershire Schools
pdf CaseStudy - Sam Severe Maths Difficulties
pdf CaseStudy - Tom Co-occurring Difficulties
pdf CaseStudy - Huntingtower Primary
 
 
 
pdf FREE - Dynamo Assessment and Intervention WEBINAR for Schools.
pdf Inset Schools Training day
   
   
 
 
 
 
 

Discover each pupil's unique number sense developmental strengths and challenges

Catch them, support them and see them succeed

 

Dynamo Maths Assessment:

The assessment has been standardised on sample of 3450 pupils (2015-16 UK), ranging from 6 to 13.11 years. A composite score, Standard scores, percentile scores with normal curve equivalents are provided.

 
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The design is underpinned by a researched and evidence based NumberSenseMMR model. It takes a neurodevelopmental approach as maths requires the interaction and execution of sensory and neuronal pathways.

 
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The scores in the assessment are reported within three areas: Meaning, Magnitude and Relationship. The Meaning and Magnitude sores indicate symptoms of Developmental Dyscalculia and the Relationship score indicates Maths Developmental Delays.

 
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The assessment provides a Number Sense Developmental Profile up to 15 strands with individualised scores and response time.

 
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A comprehensive Individual Support Plan with a Scheme of Work is signposted to Dynamo Maths Intervention.

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The easy to use on-line assessment is baselined for ages 6, 7, 8 and 9. Pupils above age 9 can take the assessment, however baseline age 9 will be used to determine symptoms of dyscalculia.

 
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The assessment includes Support Tools to capture the pupil's developmental and functional capacity, observation and monitoring tools.

 
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Dynamo Intervention:
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Delivers a personalised pathway of developmental activities in small cumulative steps identified from the assessment.

 
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It offers a purposeful and intentional intervention using multiple experiences to support the small step developmental pathways identified from the assessment.

 
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Gives pupil multiple experiences to support their learning and cognition and this offers the interventionist multiple observation points to identify barriers to understanding the skill.

 
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Provides teachers easy to use support tools to measure and record the delivery of the Lesson Plans and the dynamic Worksheets.

 
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The On-line activities uses visual model and images supported by audio and visual stimuli and to process what they see and hear.

   
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The Lesson Plans uses resources with questions to engage the pupil so that they begin to develop an interest and enter into communication with the interventionist. They provide a social focus to strengthen the skills of thinking, reasoning, communication, language, self-evaluation and reflection. This allows the interventionist to observe and capture the barriers to cognition and learning.

 
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The Dynamic Worksheets enable the pupil to work on paper, think through and reflect on their learning.

 
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