Springer School and Center and Cincinnati Children’s are partnering to bring Marilyn Zecher, MA, CALT, to Cincinnati to speak about strategies for helping students who struggle in math. Zecher will present an evening program for parents on November 12. Why Some Students Struggle in Math and What We Can Do About It will focus on common difficulties children face in learning math, and will offer strategies and hands-on activities that can help students succeed in math.
A full-day workshop for educators, clinicians and other professionals who work with students will be offered on November 11, 2019. Multisensory Math: Teaching Mathematics in a Standards-Based Curriculum will address multisensory interventions for teaching the foundations of mathematical literacy.
A nationally-certified Academic Language Therapist and former classroom/demonstration teacher, Zecher specializes in evidence-based methods and interventions for all students, but which are especially effective with students having learning disabilities in the areas of mathematics and study skills. She is a trainer for the Multisensory Education Institute of the Atlantic Seaboard Dyslexia Education Center in Rockville, Maryland, and has been a frequent presenter at regional and national conferences on learning disabilities and education.
For more information and to purchase tickets to either event, visit www.Springer-LD.org/Zecher.