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About Project

This Erasmus project addresses a critical and often overlooked issue in adult education: dyscalculia, a learning disability that hinders an individual's ability to perform arithmetic operations. Recognizing the increasing prevalence of dyscalculia in adults and its impact on essential life skills such as financial literacy, economics, and time management, the project aims to equip adult educators with innovative tools and methodologies to identify and support adult learners with this disability. The objectives include informing educators about current research on adult dyscalculia, guiding them in recognizing and addressing this condition, and providing them with cognitive and technological tools to assist affected adults. This initiative aligns with the broader goals of improving educator competencies and ensuring high-quality learning opportunities for adults, particularly those with learning disabilities. Targeting adult educators in diverse and socio-economically challenged environments, the project emphasizes the importance of up-to-date androgogic approaches and the synthesis of unique solutions tailored to adult learners. Through this, it seeks to enhance the integration and effectiveness of adults with dyscalculia in our increasingly digital and numeracy-oriented world.

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