Diagnostics, Methodology, and Training from Whole-to-Part
Christopher L. Woodin, Ed.M.
Join us for coffee and a lively discussion about dyscalculia on
3/31/2023 4-5pm ET
Sponsored by The Dyslexia Initiative
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Use alternative strategies and modalities to engage students from their primary frame of reference.
..."The rope grid is the abstract Cartesian coordinate system made physical, and it's only one of many nontraditional tools [Chris Woodin] has developed for teaching math concepts to students with language-based learning disabilities (LBLDs), the population Landmark has specialized in teaching since it was founded in 1971.... Woodin calls this method "whole-to-part" learning because the emphasis is on understanding the relationship between the question and the answer rather than on being right or wrong — a notion that flips traditional classroom dynamics on their heads." -Excerpt from Decoding Drakes Dream Harvard Ed. Magazine, Photo by Kieran Kesner
Dyscalculia and Number Sense
Developmental dyscalculia is a learning disability that affects the acquisition of knowledge about numbers and arithmetic. Developmental dyscalculia is a brain-based disorder like other learning disabilities that is present from birth. Its prevalence in the school population is about 5-6%.