Parents Education Network 2016: Decoding & Encoding


Just as students must learn to decode and encode the alphabetic code to read and spell, so too, must students learn to decode and encode the codes of math to understand and apply the mathematics. Math is a series of interconnected codes — a symbolic shorthand to express what is real. All math content from kindergarten through calculus is comprised of these interconnected codes. If students (and teachers) understand the codes, they will be successful in math. If the codes are not taught or are incorrectly taught, students are likely to be confused and struggle unnecessarily in math.

davidberg_bwhostedbyPENPresentation by David Berg, E.T.
Creator of the Making Math Real Simultaneous
Multisensory Structured Methods;
Founder & Director of the Making Math Real Institute

Wednesday, October 19, 2016  •  9:00 AM – 12:00

San Francisco Presidio Hill School
3839 Washington Street, San Francisco, CA 94118


  • Member School Faculty – Free
  • Non-Member Registration / General Public – $60.00
  • PEN Member – $20.00
  • Professional Level Members – Free

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