Marilyn Wardrop has been involved with teaching children with dyslexia and learning disabilities over 25 years. She has designed and taught OG Multisensory Math Training Courses and Workshops which combine a unique approach to help students be successful and independent while working on their math skills and curriculum.Learn More
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Based on the Orton-Gillingham Approach (OG) for reading instruction, this interactive hands-on training introduces you to a multisensory approach for achieving mastery of primary and intermediate level math concepts.
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OG Math Part OneNovember 14, 21, 28 & Dec. 5th , 2015 Time: Saturdays – 9 am to 3:30 pm. Location: Simon Fraser University, Surrey Campus There is still time to register and learn the 3 Key building blocks for Math...Learn More
Strong math knowledge is necessary for success and early math skills are an early predictor for success later in math. Parents and knowledgeable teachers know this, but the current Problem Solving – Discovery curriculum does not stress mastery for basic math...Learn More
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD is a complex condition that is often complicated by poor Working Memory. In the math classroom, students with good working memory are able to stay on the task at hand because their working memory tells them to...Learn More
Sometimes it’s not as simple as it sounds. Taking Working Memory on an Arithmetic Field Trip In the last post we were exploring the important, positive tasks that working memory allows each of us to do on a daily basis. We will explore these positive aspects of...Learn More
Many bright students have a difficulty with math that puzzles their parents and teachers. These students are bright enough and appear to understand the math concepts as they are practiced in class. But for some reason this information is not recognized the next time...Learn More