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Strategies to Make Sense of Mathematics for Middle- and Upper-School Students Who Learn Differently
Parents, prospective parents, educators and specialists: Please plan to attend this free, informational session presented by The Summit School.
Make Sense of Mathematics for Students Who Learn Differently
My child can read, but why is math so difficult? This research-based session will discuss learning characteristics of students who are challenged in math. Practical strategies and activities will be included that enable students to remember and apply mathematical principles to the application of math concepts.
Note: Each session will focus on a different age group. Friday, November 16 (middle-upper school) and/or
Wednesday, January 16 (elementary school)
Presented by Dr. Honi Bamberger, Summit Math Consultant
Space is limited, however, so please register in advance. All sessions will be held on Summit’s campus from 8:45am - 10am.
The Summit School is a co-ed, not-for-profit school for bright students with dyslexia and other learning differences.
More About The Summit School
The Summit School is a pre-K through 8th grade private co-educational day school located in Edgewater. The not-for-profit school was founded in 1989. Summit is for bright students with dyslexia and other learning differences in grades 1 through 8. There is a focus on fostering literacy and interactive learning.