Not Being Offered This Summer
Place: Trident Academy, 1455 Wakendaw Road, Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
Course Instructor: Marilyn Zecher, M.A., CALT
A nationally certified Academic Language Therapist and former classroom/demonstration teacher, Ms. Zecher is a specialist in applying multisensory Orton-Gillingham based strategies to a variety of content areas. A frequent presenter at regional and national conferences including IDA, LDA, & NCTM, Ms. Zecher specializes in evidence based methods and interventions for all students, but which are especially effective with students with learning difficulties in the fields of mathematics, written language and study skills. For more on Marilyn Zecher, visit www.marilynzecher.com
Cost: $900 (includes a strategy manual), $450 nonrefundable deposit due with registration.
Campus Contact: For more information, contact Trident Academy at 843-884-7046.
The Multisensory Math II course, Strategies Secondary School Teachers, is a continuation of the evidence-based multisensory math approach developed in Multisensory Math I. It offers multisensory strategies for reaching all kinds of learners in general education, inclusion, and remedial settings.
Emphasis will be placed on hands-on learning with manipulatives prior to transitioning to more abstract representations and calculations. Additionally, participants will learn about learning differences which impact mathematics including learning disabilities, second language learning, and difficulties for at-risk students. Precise instructional language is modeled along with tactile, kinesthetic, and visual activities. This session will introduce a blended educational model in which participants will be asked to view introductory videos prior to the first day and then participate in hands-on learning for specific course content.
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