Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services
Students who struggle with math calculations or math reasoning usually require alternative instructional methods that address underlying difficulties with memory, sequencing, discrimination, attention, organization, language, or directional/spatial skills. This workshop will provide an overview of these problems and alternative instructional methods and materials to teach basic facts and concepts, place value, algorithms, fractions, decimals, money, time, measurement, word problems, geometry, and algebra skills. Materials demonstrated will include Base Ten Blocks, math balances, fraction squares and strips, geo-boards, Polydron Frameworks, Power Solids, Algeblocks, and Semple Math. Questions? Contact Tom Diebold at email@example.com. 1-hour of Ashland University graduate credit is available for an additional $249 if attending two full days of training. Lunch is on own.