July/August, 2017

Focus: Struggles with Math

Publishers' Letter – Read an introduction to this issue.

Helping Students Who Struggle with Math An interview with Ibrahim Dahlstrom-Hakki, Director of the Institute for Research and Training at Landmark College, a school focused on students who learn differently. (Available to subscribers)

Math Deficits: Why Do Students Struggle and Working Memory, Attention, and Executive Function Two articles related to math difficulties from Landmark College. (Available to subscribers)

Relying on What the Brain Knows Best to Teach Math
A pediatric psychologist discusses Play Math, a neurocognitive motor program for building skills needed to succeed in math. (Available to subscribers)

Math Problems: There’s an App for That Find out how parents came up with an app to help kids whose dysgraphia undermines their ability to do math problems. Read it.

Resources for Bright Kids Who Struggle with Math – A listing of articles, books, and online resources. Read it.

Update from the 2e Center for Research and Professional Development Guest contributor Rachel McAnallen (Ms. Math) shares ideas on math instruction. Read it.

Bob Seney on Books: What Do You Do with a Problem? Read it.

Dear Dr. Sylvia: Strange Humor Typical at Ten. Read it.

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