What’s math got to do with it?
Math learning disabilities (MLDs), dyslexia and ADHD: Understanding the connections, remediating effectively
Do my students have a math learning disability (MLD) or do they struggle because of their dyslexia or their ADHD, or is it a mixture? How do I know? How do I best help them?
Join BCET Diana Kennedy to learn the symptoms and causes of MLDs and their relationships with dyslexia and ADHD.
Wed Jan 26, 2018 1pm-2:15pm EST
Hosted by the Association of Educational Therapists
Members $5US, Non-member $10US
For more information and member registration click here.
Non-members register here.
Explore concept/procedure integration, explicit teaching, incremental instruction and accommodations for students with MLD. Participants will leave with guidelines and games to help all math students excel.
PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ABLE TO:
Describe the neuropsychological processes involved in mathematics
Differentiate between domain general and domain specific causes of MLD
Analyze the overlaps between MLD, dyslexia, and ADHD
Apply an understanding of connections to a framework for remediation and accommodation
Analyze teaching techniques to optimize them for students
Diana Black Kennedy is a Board Certified Educational Therapist with a thriving private practice in Marin County, California. Her extensive classroom experience spans second through twelfth grade in rural, urban, and suburban settings. Her students represent a wide range of learning profiles, and she loves them all. Diana presents nationally and internationally and writes an education blog for her company, Mindspark Learning. She leads Marin’s AET Study Group and is Board Chair/Secretary for Marin Educators in Private Practice. Diana is the immediate past director and chair of AET’s Marketing and Outreach Committee and has taken the lead in organizing conversations with other BCETs about best practices for supervision.
The live webinar will be recorded and archived on the AET website for future viewing on demand.