Parents & educators are invited to this dynamic and innovative FREE seminar presented by David Berg, educational therapist and founder/director of the Making Math Real Institute. Students are diverse and multi-dimensional, requiring and deserving instructional methods encompassing that diversity. The focus of this free seminar will be on the Making Math Real Multisensory Structured Methods, K-12, that best serve our students’ diverse educational needs for becoming successful in math.
-Why does my child/student struggle in math?
-Why does my child/student experience anxiety in math?
-Why does my child/student still count on his/her fingers?
-My child/student is really bright. Why does she/he find math so hard?
-Why does my child/student still not get it after I’ve explained it so many times?
Come to this free seminar for the answers to these questions and more. We look forward to seeing you there.
DATE: Saturday, June 1, 2013
TIME: 9am-12pm (Seminar begins at 9am SHARP)
LOCATION: Greenwood School, 17 Buena Vista Ave, Mill Valley, CA 94941 (seminar is in the Gym)
PARKING: Greenwood School is located on the corner of East Blithedale and Buena Vista Avenue (three-story yellow building). There is a large parking lot adjacent to the building. Please note that street parking, the spots immediately in front of the school, are reserved for City Employee parking which is in effect on Saturdays. Non-metered spots on Buena Vista do not have any hourly restriction, but some non-metered spots on adjacent streets DO have 2 hour limits, so please be alert if you have to seek parking other than in the lot or on Buena Vista. After parking, proceed to the Gym.
COST: FREE! Space is limited and pre-registration is required (registration instructions below).
HOW TO REGISTER WITH MMR: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
with your name and the number of people that will attend, in order to reserve your space at the Free Seminar.
DOWNLOAD EVENT FLYER: http://makingmathreal.org/downloads/greenwood_freeseminar_flyer.pdf
FOR MORE INFO: http://www.makingmathreal.org