Math I

Please note that the Beginning Decoding/Encoding Seminar is a prerequisite to take this course!

This approach to the teaching and learning of mathematics is modeled after the Orton-Gillingham approach for language instruction. Participants learn and practice how to teach mathematics to students in an explicit, direct, and multi-sensory manner. The impact of dyslexia on the learning of mathematics is discussed. Directed drill work and the introduction of concepts and calculations are presented in a sequenced, cumulative manner. Lesson planning, approaches to teaching math facts, and strategies for solving story problems are presented. Upon completion, participants are able to teach about the history of math, as well as basic math involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and basic story problems. A detailed manual, math manipulatives, and math fact drill cards are included. 

Fee includes all materials.

 

Detroit Metro Center
3384 W. 12 Mile Rd., Berkley, MI  48072

OR

Abrams Teaching Laboratory
532 E. Shiawassee St. Lansing, MI 48912

 

Dates to be decided

Participants learn and practice how to teach mathematics to students in an explicit, direct, multi-sensory manner.
Prerequisite: Beginning D/E class


Fees

         $500 for MDI employees

           $850 non MDI employees


Down Payment Due at Registration:
All Attendees: $200

Balance must be paid 2 weeks prior to start of class.  

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