Christopher Woodin, Ed.M.

Math Department Chairman, Landmark School; Principal, WoodinMath.com; Consultant, Nessy Software.

    Christopher Woodin is a specialist in the fields of mathematics and learning disabilities. Chris has developed innovative, research-based methods for teaching about numbers and learning basic math skills. His methods mitigate language demands through whole-to-part, multimodal strategies that help students express, relate, store, and retrieve information efficiently. A graduate of Middlebury College and Harvard Graduate School of Education, he has taught for over 30 years at Landmark School in Massachusetts where he holds the Ammerman Chair of Mathematics. He is the author of The Landmark Method of Teaching Arithmetic (1995), and Multiplication and Division Facts for the Part-to-Whole Learner (2013), in addition to several journal articles. He served on the Massachusetts Department of Education’s Mathematics 2011 Curriculum Framework Panel and teaches graduate-level education courses. Christopher Woodin was the 1997 Massachusetts Learning Disabilities Association (LDA) Samuel Kirk Educator of the Year. He has presented at numerous international LDA and International Dyslexia Association (IDA) conferences and led math workshops to audiences across the country.



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