Key Learning Center’s Seminar Series Presents:
Multisensory Math Lesson Planning
Friday, March 22, 2019
9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Presented by Key Learning Center’s Clinical Teaching Supervisors, Matthew Buchanan and Catherine McKenzie
Matthew and Catherine are Multisensory Math Instructors of Teaching, certified by Marilyn Zecher. Matthew is currently head of the Key School Math Department and teaches 5th Grade Multisensory Math. Catherine is a coinstructor for Marilyn Zecher’s Multisensory Math I online course and supervises KLC Multisensory Math practicum candidates.
Continuing Education Credits: 0.5 CEU
Cost: $140 includes Lunch and Resource Packet of lesson planning resources and templates designed by Key School Multisensory Math teachers.
What is the Multisensory Math Lesson plan?
Designed to mirror the structure of an Orton-Gillingham lesson plan, The Key Learning Center Multisensory Math Lesson Plan utilizes Auditory, Kinesthetic, and Visual components to “prime the pump” for the instruction of new information. The introduction of new information follows the Concrete, Representational, Abstract (CRA) sequence to ensure students develop a strong conceptual understanding before learning efficient procedures for solving problems.
What will you gain from this workshop?
A direct impact on your lesson planning and implementation:
An understanding of the components of a multisensory math lesson plan
Ideas for grade level games, activities and exercises to help students practice skills in an efficient and effective manner
Ideas for presenting new information at the Concrete, Representational, and Abstract levels of instruction to maximize understanding
An opportunity to work collaboratively to plan and implement a demonstration lesson with feedback