Also titled, “Dyscalculia: Taming the Math Monster”
For some children, math is a monster! They always feel frustrated trying to do it. Math is almost always taught in a left brain way, but you can teach it in a right brain fashion.
Children with dyscalculia have difficulty learning math facts, and often can’t move past manipulatives to do math on paper. They tend to do poorly on tests, because they ‘forget’ how to do the math processes (division, fractions, algebra, etc.).
In this workshop you will learn how to help these struggling learners.
Store the math facts AND processes in their right brain long term memory. Use with any curriculum…just fast, effective right brain strategies to use to reduce math frustration and tears!
This is a totally different teaching strategy that retrains the brain for math.
Find out which curriculum is best for these children in teaching:
- Algebra…order of operation
- Multiplication by 3 digits
- Measurements…see the whole picture.
Many kids say, “I like math now. I’m good at it.” All as a result of a totally different teaching method.
For use with elementary students to high school students.