61st Annual IDA Conference – Phoenix, AZ
THE PHOENIX CONVENTION CENTER – PHOENIX, ARIZONA
OCTOBER 27-30, 2010
Our conference has been given the title of “Reading, Literacy & Learning” to reflect that the content extends far beyond dyslexia and contains valuable information on reading, literacy, and mathematics, as well as cognitive skills such as learning, attention and working memory.
David Berg, ET, founder and director of the Making Math Real Institute, will be presenting Making Math Real: The Comprehensive Evidenced-Based Multisensory-Structured Methodology in Mathematics Consistent with Research from Cognitive Science and Neurobiology at the International Dyslexia Association’s Annual Conference in Phoenix, Arizona on Friday, October 29, 2010.
The focus of this presentation is on providing participants with hands-on, manipulatives-based, multisensory-structured methods connected to current research in neurobiology and cognitive science, and are ready for educators’ immediate application with students. Educators and students are successful because the multisensory-structured methods are designed and implemented specifically to activate, develop, and integrate the parietal-temporal and frontoparietal connections necessary for a successful and comprehensive intervention in mathematics.
Making Math Real Extended Presentation: F38 – Making Math Real: The Comprehensive Evidenced-Based Multisensory-Structured Methodology in Mathematics Consistent with Research from Cognitive Science and Neurobiology
Making Math Real Presentation Date: Friday, October 29, 2010
Making Math Real Presentation Time: 3:15-5:30pm [Extended Presentation]
Conference Location: The Phoenix Convention Center
Conference Website: http://www.interdys.org/AnnualConference.htm
International Dyslexia Association (IDA)
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