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APPROPRIATE USE POLICIES
MMRI is a professional development institute and the Materials are designed for educators to use in their classrooms, private practices, and homes. Therefore, educators are encouraged to practice and apply the Making Math Real Multisensory Structured Content Methodologies, K-12, from any of the Making Math Real content courses with their students.
As a condition precedent to this license, you are prohibited to train others, to conduct clinics, presentations, or workshops in any of the Making Math Real Multisensory Structured Content Methodologies, K-12 or in any of the Materials.
Attendance at one or more of MMRI’s professional development courses does not create an express or implied license to train others to conduct clinics, presentations, or workshops in MMRI’s proprietary Materials including the Making Math Real Multisensory Structured Content Methodologies, K-12, or to certify any individual in the use or administration of MMRI’s methods.
Upon completion of courses, participants are generally able to begin applying the Making Math Real-based methods with students in the classroom or private practice. However, participants’ completion of course work does not authorize them to present themselves publicly or otherwise as trained in Making Math Real. Only employees of MMRI are authorized to present themselves as Making Math Real Trained.
In addition, it is unlawful to use the Making Math Real trademark, title, logos, or graphics as an advertisement for services or any other purpose without the express written consent from David Berg and/or MMRI. Course participants are allowed to advertise the “use of Making Math Real-based methods” in their description of services, but not in such a way as to imply endorsement by and/or affiliation with MMRI. Educators who include Making Math Real methods in their description of services are highly recommended to specify in which methods they have received Making Math Real instruction. Therefore, any party representing themselves as Making Math Real trained, and not employed by MMRI, is implying an affiliation with MMRI that does not exist, thereby infringing on the proprietary rights of MMRI by misrepresenting themselves to the public as an employee of MMRI.
Appropriate Use Examples
Private practitioners who wish to inform clients or potential clients about the use of Making Math Real strategies in their practice may publicly present:
- utilizing Making Math Real® – based strategies and methods
- having completed Making Math Real® courses (specify courses completed)
- utilizing Making Math Real® – based strategies and methods in [specify content area(s): fractions and decimals, or 9 Lines©-based support for the multiplication facts, etc…]
- utilizing Making Math Real® – based strategies and methods for [specify grade(s) or age level(s): primary grades or middle school, etc…]
- (name of school) incorporates Making Math Real®-based methods
Any individual, school, district, or business that lists the use of Making Math Real – based methods is required to include the following disclaimer directly alongside or directly beneath such listing(s):
, in utilizing Making Math Real® (MMR®) methods, is in no way affiliated with, a member of, or employed by the Making Math Real Institute (MMRI), and does not represent or reflect MMR® or David Berg in any way whatsoever. Neither the MMRI nor David Berg has trained, certified, licensed, monitored, endorsed, recommended, or sponsored . MMR® is a clinical methodology, not a program or a curriculum, and neither the MMRI nor David Berg monitors, endorses, or accounts for the quality of services provided by .
Any use of the MMRI marks by you shall inure to the benefit of MMRI.
Prohibited Use Examples
- (name of individual) is certified in Making Math Real
- (name of individual) is trained in Making Math Real
- (name of individual) is expert in Making Math Real
- (name of individual) is Making Math Real Trained
- (name of school) is a Making Math Real School
- (name of school) is Making Math Real Certified
- (name of school) is certified in Making Math Real
- (name of school) is Making Math Real Trained
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LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
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CLASS TIME POLICIES
COMPUTER LAPTOP USE POLICY & AUDIO/VIDEO RECORDING POLICY
For the benefit, safety and privacy of all course participants, Making Math Real does NOT allow for any audio or video recording or photography of any kind during courses or presentations. Laptop computers and iPads/tablets will be allowed during class instruction for note-taking purposes ONLY. All other electronic devices and cameras, including but not limited to cell phones, smart watches, digital cameras and recording pens are strictly prohibited during class instruction, and must be turned off and stored away during all course instruction time. Course participants may access their cell phones during regularly scheduled breaks and lunch. Any participant who violates this policy and uses their technology device to record will be required to delete the recorded content and be immediately and permanently removed from the course (future course privileges may also be revoked). Violators are not eligible for refunds of any kind and will receive an incomplete in the course. [revised Jan. 16, 2019]
CELL PHONE USE POLICY
Out of respect for the course instructor and all participants, cell phone use is prohibited during class time. Participants may check phones for texts and return calls during regularly scheduled breaks and lunch. All cell phones must be turned off and stored away during course instruction. Please give family and friends the Education Center’s front desk phone number in case of emergency (inquire at front desk for number).