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What is Multisensory Math?

Multisensory math is a three-dimensional sequential way to learn math. Everyone can benefit from multisensory math particularly those who struggle with math. 

 

Orton-Gillingham Approach in a Math Setting

 

The Orton-Gillingham approach is a multisensory approach to teaching literacy. It involves using auditory, visual, sensory, and kinesthetic elements to help students understand the connection between language and letters or words.

Multisensory math applies the same principles to mathematics instruction. It encourages the use of touch, sight, hearing, and movement–when learning and teaching a new concept. Marilyn Zecher, M.A., CALT, a certified academic language therapist and specialist, speaker, and former classroom and demonstration teacher, expanded and developed this approach further. She applied and combined the Orton-Gillingham Approach with evidence-based practices based on neuro-imaging studies and NCTM and What Works Clearinghouse recommendations.

Zecher emphasizes the language of math, stressing that the language of instruction is crucial during the process of concept formation and developing skills towards application. Multisensory math uses the Concrete, Representational, and Abstract (CRA) instructional sequence and explicit language to help learners grasp math concepts more effectively.

To ensure effective instruction using the multisensory math approach, learners must be taught explicitly, practice skills consistently, and learn new concepts through CRA.

Concrete (Touch) – This aspect of multisensory math refers to touch. Teachers use tangible objects to represent concepts or numbers, such as breaking apart foam shapes (or using other manipulatives) to demonstrate fractions.

Representational (Drawing) – After concrete or tactile demonstration, teachers can then introduce the representational or drawing aspect. This technique encourages a learner to create his or her own visualization of the concept learned. It also aids students to facilitate their own connections and allows them to write down what they are thinking.

Abstract (Symbols) – Once they have fully understood the lesson introduced and built up during Concrete and Representational,  the next stage is the abstract or symbols sequence. Traditionally, teachers introduced math lessons using only abstract concepts (numbers and symbols). And while this has worked for some, other learners find it difficult to grasp math ideas without concrete or visual representation.

 

Math Concepts that Learners Should Master

 

According to Zecher, learners must master four conceptual horizons that lay down the foundation for higher levels of math. These are:

  • Pattern Recognition and SubitizingBeing able to identify quantity instantly or subitizing is a key concept in math and is one of its foundations. The best way to see quantity is through patterns. Having the ability to visualize numbers is crucial in developing a strong number sense. It opens the path to operational fluency and understanding number relationships. An example of subitizing would be recognizing dice patterns: One can visually identify the number or quantity without having to count or tap each dot. Likewise, it is also important to recognize number bonds and understand that numbers can be decomposed or broken down (such as 8 into 3 and 5 or 2 and 6).
  • Place ValueUsing craft sticks is a great way to teach place value using multisensory math techniques. As the number gets larger, learners can see the quantity change and feel a heavier weight. Likewise, it helps learners visualize the difference between a number’s standard (the number’s name = 125) and expanded form (what it is made of = 100 + 20 + 5).
  • Distributive Property – This refers to a learner’s ability to act on larger quantities and understanding that those quantities can be broken apart or decomposed and act on those numbers. To illustrate, consider 15 x 3. Learners must first understand that 15 can be decomposed into 10 and 5. They can then distribute (multiply) 3 and add those quantities to find the product of 15 x 3.
  • What is ONE and all its many names – This refers to the concept that any number written over itself is equivalent to one. Hence, multiplying or dividing by some form of one only changes the composition of the quantity and not the quantity itself.

 

Getting Started on Multisensory Math Techniques

 

Multisensory teaching methods were first applied in literacy and reading instruction. But over the years, learning specialists have found that the same multisensory approach can also be effectively used when teaching math. Particularly, when it is applied using the CRA framework. 

To get started with multisensory math, it is important to take advantage of skills that a learner has already mastered. From there, new concepts can be introduced using the CRA method. Using manipulatives is integral in multisensory math, but these do not need to be expensive. Some items commonly used are:

  • Craft sticks
  • Beads and string
  • Base ten blocks
  • Interlocking cubes
  • Color tiles
  • Foam stickers
  • Flat marbles
  • Dice/Dominoes (only up to six)

Here are some multisensory techniques for teaching math:

  • Visualizing with manipulatives such as beads, color tiles, or blocks is an excellent technique to teach basic operations like addition and subtraction. By seeing how quantities change, young learners get a better understanding of how math operations work. Visualization also helps children understand amounts and develop number sense.
  • Using cubes or tiles to build shapes lets children have a concrete and physical representation of measurements and properties.
  • Drawing math problems is an excellent way to reinforce hands-on activities as it lets children illustrate their thinking and the concept they learned.
  • Tapping out numbers allows children to “feel” the value of numbers. It helps students better understand and make connections between symbols and actual amounts.
  • Using songs to help memorize math rules and introduce new concepts.
  • Incorporating movement into math through play and games
  • Using bundling sticks or coffee stirrers to teach regrouping and place value. This can also be done using base ten blocks.
  • Using a hundreds chart is an excellent way to teach number relationships to children.
  • Cutting pizza into slices to introduce and teach the concept of fractions. By cutting up a paper or cardboard pizza, you allow children to see what fractions look like as they select slices.

Find more multisensory math information and resources here:

Free, ready-to-use classroom resources for all students

Applying the Orton-Gillingham Approach to Math Lesson Planning

ASDEC Multisensory Math I Course

 Mathe-Tutoren  , Brooklyn Briefe

What is Multisensory Math?

Multisensory math is a three-dimensional sequential way to learn math. Everyone can benefit from multisensory math particularly those who struggle with math.

 

Orton-Gillingham Approach in a Math Setting

 

The Orton-Gillingham approach is a multisensory approach to teaching literacy. It involves using auditory, visual, sensory, and kinesthetic elements to help students understand the connection between language and letters or words.

Multisensory math applies the same principles to mathematics instruction. It encourages the use of touch, sight, hearing, and movement–when learning and teaching a new concept. Marilyn Zecher, M.A., CALT, a certified academic language therapist and specialist, speaker, and former classroom and demonstration teacher, expanded and developed this approach further. She applied and combined the Orton-Gillingham Approach with evidence-based practices based on neuro-imaging studies and NCTM and What Works Clearinghouse recommendations.

Zecher emphasizes the language of math, stressing that the language of instruction is crucial during the process of concept formation and developing skills towards application. Multisensory math uses the Concrete, Representational, and Abstract (CRA) instructional sequence and explicit language to help learners grasp math concepts more effectively.

To ensure effective instruction using the multisensory math approach, learners must be taught explicitly, practice skills consistently, and learn new concepts through CRA.

Concrete (Touch) – This aspect of multisensory math refers to touch. Teachers use tangible objects to represent concepts or numbers, such as breaking apart foam shapes (or using other manipulatives) to demonstrate fractions.

Representational (Drawing) – After concrete or tactile demonstration, teachers can then introduce the representational or drawing aspect. This technique encourages a learner to create his or her own visualization of the concept learned. It also aids students to facilitate their own connections and allows them to write down what they are thinking.

Abstract (Symbols) – Once they have fully understood the lesson introduced and built up during Concrete and Representational,  the next stage is the abstract or symbols sequence. Traditionally, teachers introduced math lessons using only abstract concepts (numbers and symbols). And while this has worked for some, other learners find it difficult to grasp math ideas without concrete or visual representation.

 

Math Concepts that Learners Should Master

 

According to Zecher, learners must master four conceptual horizons that lay down the foundation for higher levels of math. These are:

  • Pattern Recognition and Subitizing – Being able to identify quantity instantly or subitizing is a key concept in math and is one of its foundations. The best way to see quantity is through patterns. Having the ability to visualize numbers is crucial in developing a strong number sense. It opens the path to operational fluency and understanding number relationships. An example of subitizing would be recognizing dice patterns: One can visually identify the number or quantity without having to count or tap each dot. Likewise, it is also important to recognize number bonds and understand that numbers can be decomposed or broken down (such as 8 into 3 and 5 or 2 and 6).
  • Place Value – Using craft sticks is a great way to teach place value using multisensory math techniques. As the number gets larger, learners can see the quantity change and feel a heavier weight. Likewise, it helps learners visualize the difference between a number’s standard (the number’s name = 125) and expanded form (what it is made of = 100 + 20 + 5).
  • Distributive Property – This refers to a learner’s ability to act on larger quantities and understanding that those quantities can be broken apart or decomposed and act on those numbers. To illustrate, consider 15 x 3. Learners must first understand that 15 can be decomposed into 10 and 5. They can then distribute (multiply) 3 and add those quantities to find the product of 15 x 3.
  • What is ONE and all its many names – This refers to the concept that any number written over itself is equivalent to one. Hence, multiplying or dividing by some form of one only changes the composition of the quantity and not the quantity itself.

 

Getting Started on Multisensory Math Techniques

 

Multisensory teaching methods were first applied in literacy and reading instruction. But over the years, learning specialists have found that the same multisensory approach can also be effectively used when teaching math. Particularly, when it is applied using the CRA framework.

To get started with multisensory math, it is important to take advantage of skills that a learner has already mastered. From there, new concepts can be introduced using the CRA method. Using manipulatives is integral in multisensory math, but these do not need to be expensive. Some items commonly used are:

  • Craft sticks
  • Beads and string
  • Base ten blocks
  • Interlocking cubes
  • Color tiles
  • Foam stickers
  • Flat marbles
  • Dice/Dominoes (only up to six)

Here are some multisensory techniques for teaching math:

  • Visualizing with manipulatives such as beads, color tiles, or blocks is an excellent technique to teach basic operations like addition and subtraction. By seeing how quantities change, young learners get a better understanding of how math operations work. Visualization also helps children understand amounts and develop number sense.
  • Using cubes or tiles to build shapes lets children have a concrete and physical representation of measurements and properties.
  • Drawing math problems is an excellent way to reinforce hands-on activities as it lets children illustrate their thinking and the concept they learned.
  • Tapping out numbers allows children to “feel” the value of numbers. It helps students better understand and make connections between symbols and actual amounts.
  • Using songs to help memorize math rules and introduce new concepts.
  • Incorporating movement into math through play and games
  • Using bundling sticks or coffee stirrers to teach regrouping and place value. This can also be done using base ten blocks.
  • Using a hundreds chart is an excellent way to teach number relationships to children.
  • Cutting pizza into slices to introduce and teach the concept of fractions. By cutting up a paper or cardboard pizza, you allow children to see what fractions look like as they select slices.

Find more multisensory math information and resources here:

Free, ready-to-use classroom resources for all students

Applying the Orton-Gillingham Approach to Math Lesson Planning

ASDEC Multisensory Math I Course

 Mathe-Tutoren  , Brooklyn Briefe

MATH TUTORS IN BROOKLYN

TATIANA S.

MS Grundschulbildung, Zertifikat in Kindererziehung (Klassen 1-6)
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Tatiana ist eine zertifizierte Lehrerin mit einer Erfolgsbilanz bei den Prüfungen in New York und über 7 Jahren Erfahrung in Schulen in New York. Sie schloss ihr Studium an der University of Notre Dame mit Auszeichnung ab und ist Lehrerin für Amerika. Während ihrer Zeit als Mitglied des TFA-Korps absolvierte sie einen Master in Grundschulbildung an der Relay Graduate School of Education und verfügt über ein Berufszertifikat in Kindererziehung (Klassen 1-6).

Tatiana specializes in inquiry-based learning and constructivist teaching methods. She implements Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic, and Tactile (VAKT) strategies in her lesson plans. She uses a Cognitively Guided Instruction (CGI) approach to teaching math that is rigorous and individualized to each student. Tatiana will incorporate various multi-sensory techniques, including the use of manipulatives, to develop conceptual understanding. She firmly believes that successful math instruction happens when teachers build on students innate number sense and curiosity, making math fun and accessible to all learners.

Kürzlich übernahm sie eine Rolle als Bildungsberaterin und trainierte Lehrer und Führungskräfte darin, Daten zu verwenden, um Unterricht und Best Practices für eine effektive Differenzierung voranzutreiben. Zuvor unterrichtete sie die 3. bis 5. Klasse an der Upper West Side von Manhattan, dann in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn.

Tatiana verfügt über umfangreiche Erfahrung mit Testvorbereitungsmaterial und ist mit den Common Core State Standards für Mathematik bestens vertraut. Sie erreichte drei Jahre in Folge eine 100%-Erfolgsquote beim NY State Math Test und übertraf den landesweiten Durchschnitt um 60%.

Lage: Innenstadt von Manhattan und Brooklyn (bevorzugt Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, Prospect Heights, Boerum Hill, Park Slope, Innenstadt von Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights, Dumbo, Carroll Gardens und Cobble Hill)
Arten von Dienstleistungen: Individueller Lese- und Mathematikunterricht und -korrektur, Aufbau und Stärkung von Kenntnissen über mathematische Konzepte (Klassen 3-6), Entwicklung von Lernfähigkeiten, Unterstützung bei Hausaufgaben, Prüfungsvorbereitung für ELA- und Mathematikprüfungen
Expertise: Mathematikunterricht für die Klassen 3-6, konstruktivistische Unterrichtspraktiken, Prüfungsvorbereitung für Mathematik und ELA
Alter: 3. bis 6. Klasse

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UNDERSTANDING FRACTIONS

STRATEGIES FOR MULTIPLICATION

WORD PROBLEMS

PLACE VALUE

REBECCA M.

MS . ELEMENTARBILDUNG, ZERTIFIZIERTER ELEMENTARLEHRER (Klasse 1-6)
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Rebecca is an elementary education teacher (grades 1-6) in the New York City Department of Education. She currently teaches 1st grade in Brooklyn. She received her Bachelors in Economics from Northeastern University and her Masters of Science in Elementary Education with an endorsement in Middle School Social Studies from Northwestern University.

Rebecca has experience working with first through third grade math curricula. She supports students in developing number sense, problem solving skills, and varied approaches to problems. She specializes in helping students gain a deeper understanding of the math curriculum through the use of concrete models and manipulatives. Rebecca has experience working with Go Math, TERC, and implementing Metamorphosis Math strategies.

GRETCHEN M.

MS. NYS ZERTIFIZIERTE 1.-6. STUFE
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Gretchen ist eine in Brooklyn ansässige Lehrerin, die Pre-K bis zur dritten Klasse und Mittelschule unterrichtet hat und sich auf alle Fächer konzentriert. Sie unterrichtet seit zehn Jahren und ist während ihrer gesamten Unterrichtszeit beruflich weiter gewachsen. 2007 absolvierte sie das Wagner College mit einem Abschluss in Psychologie und Kindererziehung mit Zertifikaten in Kindererziehung und Studierenden mit Behinderungen. Sie erhielt ihren Master in Teaching Literacy vom Touro College.

Ihre Herangehensweise an Mathematik ist multisensorisch, praktisch und vor allem… lustig! Sie hat den Lehrplan für Go Math und Envisions verwendet und während ihrer gesamten Unterrichtszeit Mathematik im National Training Network absolviert. Sie glaubt daran, reale Situationen zu nutzen, um den Schülern eine klare Vorstellung von den gelehrten Konzepten zu vermitteln. Sie kombiniert auch ihren Alphabetisierungshintergrund mit ihrer mathematischen Expertise, um den Schülern zu helfen, zu verstehen, was Wortprobleme von ihnen verlangen. Die Schüler, die sie unterrichtet, lernen mehrere Strategien, wie sie sich einem Problem nähern können, und reflektieren und entscheiden dann, welche Strategie für sie am besten geeignet ist. Ihr Ziel bei der Nachhilfe Ihres Kindes ist es, sein mathematisches Selbstvertrauen zu stärken und ihm ein klares Verständnis dafür zu vermitteln, wie man kritisches Denken einsetzt, um mathematische Probleme zu lösen.

ANDREA P.

NYS Certified Childhood General- und Special Education Teacher, MS Ed
 Mathe-Tutoren  , Brooklyn Briefe

Andrea liebt es, Mathematik zu unterrichten und für jeden Schüler unterschiedliche Strategien anzuwenden. Sie verwendet eine Vielzahl von multisensorischen, praktischen und visuellen Methoden, um verschiedene Fächer in Mathematik zu unterrichten und zu lernen. Sie bringt eine Vielzahl von Manipulationen mit, um herauszufinden, was für den jeweiligen Schüler am besten funktioniert. Sie unterrichtet die Klassen k-4 in Mathematik und bietet auch NYS-Testvorbereitungen für die Klassen 3 und 4 in Mathematik an. Zusätzlich wird sie in folgenden Mathematikprogrammen ausgebildet: Envisions, Go Math und Eureka Math.

Alexa S.

Master in Grundschulbildung; Orton Gillingham Ausgebildet und erfahren
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Alexa hat Erfahrung in der Arbeit mit dem Kindergarten durch Mathe-Lehrpläne der vierten Klasse. Sie unterstützt die Schüler auf verschiedene Weise, unter anderem durch: Problemlösung, Aufbau von Flüssigkeit durch Addition und Subtraktion, Verwendung von Standardmaßeinheiten, Beschreibung und Analyse von Formen, Multiplikation und Division sowie Strategien für Multiplikation und Division und Entwicklung des Verständnisses für Brüche. Sie ist darauf spezialisiert, den Schülern zu helfen, durch Modellierung und praktische Visualisierung ein tieferes Verständnis des Mathematiklehrplans zu erlangen. Alexa verfolgt einen multisensorischen Ansatz. Alexa hat Erfahrung in der Arbeit mit Go Math und in der Vorbereitung auf staatliche Tests.

Mike W.

MA, NY STATE EARLY CHILDHOOD & CHILDHOOD (GEBURTSSTUFE 6), NY STATE STUDENTEN MIT BEHINDERUNGEN (GEBURTSSTUFE 6)
 Mathe-Tutoren  , Brooklyn Briefe

Mike hat Mathematik sowohl im Klassenzimmer als auch in privaten Nachhilfesitzungen unterrichtet. Er unterrichtet gerne Mathematik, denn „für jedes Problem gibt es immer eine Lösung“! Mike hat Erfahrung mit Mathematik vom Kindergarten bis zur 6. Klasse. Basierend auf den Bedürfnissen der Schüler wird Mike verschiedene Strategien, einen multisensorischen Ansatz sowie zahlreiche Manipulationen anwenden. Er hat Testvorbereitung für die NYS Math State Tests für die Klassen 3-5 unterrichtet und unterrichtet derzeit in einem Klassenzimmer der 5. Klasse. Mike ist auch in GoMath!, Envisions sowie in der Verwendung von IXL geschult.

PETER W.

SPECIAL EDUCATOR AND CHILDHOOD LITERACY SPECIALIST, PRE-K 4th GRADE, MS, PhD
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Peter unterrichtet K-4-Mathematik mit einem konstruktivistischen Ansatz, der in Sprache und Konzeptualisierung verwurzelt ist, um einen Sinn für Zahlen zu erreichen. Er verwendet eine Vielzahl von praktischen Methoden mit visuellen Hilfsmitteln und Manipulationen, um die Operationen zu beherrschen. Klasse K-4, keine Testvorbereitung.

Susan V.

MS ED., NYS ZERTIFIZIERTE KINDHEIT ALLGEMEINE UND BESONDERE AUSBILDUNG (STUFEN 1-6)
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Susan betrachtet den Mathematikunterricht als einen Prozess der Entdeckung und des Experimentierens. Durch forschungsbasierten Unterricht hilft Susan den Schülern, auf Vorkenntnisse zuzugreifen, Muster zu erkennen und ihr Denken mithilfe visueller Modelle und mathematischer Sprache zu erklären. Susan verwendet reale mathematische Anwendungen und multisensorische Unterrichtstechniken, um den Schülern zu helfen, sinnvolle Verbindungen herzustellen und ihre Beherrschung von Addition, Subtraktion, Multiplikation und Division zu verbessern. Die Förderung einer Wachstumsphilosophie und die Vertrauensbildung sind Eckpfeiler von Susans Anweisungen. Sie hat Erfahrung im Unterrichten von EngageNY (Eureka Math) und Terc Investigations und unterrichtet Schüler in den Klassen 2 bis 6 in Mathematik und bietet Prüfungsvorbereitung für Schüler in den Klassen 3 bis 6.

Dan B.

MS ED., NYS ZERTIFIZIERTE KINDHEIT ALLGEMEINE UND BESONDERE AUSBILDUNG (STUFEN 1-6)
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Dan hat eine Leidenschaft für das Unterrichten von Mathematik und nutzt kinästhetische / taktile Strategien, um alle Lernenden zu erreichen. Dan verfolgt einen spielerischen Ansatz mit dem Ziel, jegliche Angst oder Unruhe, die ein Schüler erfahren könnte, zu beseitigen. Dan bringt eine Fülle von Erfahrungen in den Mathematikunterricht ein und ist in der Lage, den Unterricht für alle Lernenden nahtlos zu bewerten, zu planen und zu differenzieren. Er hat Go-Math, NY Engage, Everyday Math von der University of Chicago und TERC Investigations verwendet. Dan hat in der Klasse k-8 Mathematik unterrichtet und kann neben neuen Konzepten auch Schüler auf standardisierte Tests vorbereiten.

NATALIE H.

SONDERBILDER; ZERTIFIZIERTER ASD-LEHRER
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Natalie Hale ist eine vom Staat New York lizenzierte Sonderpädagogin (Klasse 1-6). Sie erhielt ihren Master of Science in Unterrichten von Studenten mit besonderen Bedürfnissen von der City University of New York am Brooklyn College und ihren Bachelor of Science in Psychologie von der City University of New York am Brooklyn College.

Natalie ist in der Spalding-Methode (K-6) geschult und zertifiziert, einem multisensorischen Ansatz zum Unterrichten von Lesen, Schreiben und Rechtschreibung. Natalie ist auch im Wilson Fundations Program ausgebildet: einem phonikbasierten Programm für kleine Kinder (K-3).

Natalie hat an der New York University sowie direkt über das NYC Department of Education intensive ASD-Schulungen (Autism Spectrum Disorder) absolviert. Sie wurde zur Hauptlehrerin für das ASD Horizon-Programm an ihrer öffentlichen Schule ernannt.

Natalie hat den größten Teil ihrer Karriere damit verbracht, Schüler mit Autismus, ADS, ADHS, Lernschwierigkeiten, Sprach- / Sprachverzögerungen und ausdrucksstarken / empfänglichen Sprachproblemen zu unterstützen. Natalie ist spezialisiert auf Leseinterventionen für Leser mit Schwierigkeiten in der Klasse Prek-5.

LAGE: Brooklyn: Parkhang, Windsor Terrace, Kensington, Sunset Park, Bay Ridge, Dyker Heights, Carroll Gardens

ARTEN VON DIENSTLEISTUNGEN: Erste Lesebewertungen, individuelle Leseinterventionen und Anweisungen.

KOMPETENZ: Unterstützung von Kindern, die mit Dekodierung, Geläufigkeit, Verständnis, Führungsqualitäten, ausdrucksstarken Schreibfähigkeiten und ausdrucksstarker / empfänglicher Sprachentwicklung zu kämpfen haben.

ALTER: Prek-5

DEREK B.

MA, NYS-zertifizierte Vor-K-6-Klasse, NYS-zertifizierte Kindererziehung und Schüler mit Behinderungen
 Mathe-Tutoren  , Brooklyn Briefe

Derek has nine years of Elementary Teaching and tutoring experience. He is currently a 4th grade teacher in Brooklyn and has been tutoring with Brooklyn Letters over the past two years. Derek has a wealth of experience working with curriculum writers in the area of math, specifically focusing on differentiating math concepts for struggling students. He has presented a multitude of math workshops primarily in the areas of math fluency, integrating math manipulatives and technology, word problem skills, and strategies for Special Education students. In this role, he supported teachers in the building with planning and differentiating lessons and finding ways to build on students math conceptual and word problem skills to be successful.

Derek ist kompetent im Unterrichten von Singapore Math, Go Math, Envisions und kennt viele Technologieplattformen für den Unterricht. Er hat auch mit Mathe-Trainern zusammengearbeitet, um Schüler zu unterstützen, die Änderungen am Lehrplan benötigen. Darüber hinaus hat er in seinem Gebäude mathematische akademische Interventionsdienste für gefährdete Schüler unterrichtet. Derek hat einen mehrdimensionalen Unterrichtsansatz, um verschiedenen Lernstilen in der Klasse K-6 Mathematik beizubringen.

Julie S.

M.S., Dual Certification
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Julie is a NYS certified teacher with 19 years of teaching experience. She holds dual certification; PK- Grade 6 Common Branch/General Education and Students with Disabilities Grades 1-6. After changing careers from business, Julie began teaching 4th grade ELA, math, science, and social studies where she also became familiar with the NY state tests in all subjects. When other opportunities arose to teach 4-5th grade math, 6-8th grade science, and 7th grade ELA came her way in the private school where she worked. Julie was excited about the opportunity to work with students at different stages in their academic lives.

Julie joined the NYC Department of Education as a Title 1 math teacher in 2007 and had the opportunity to work with students in Grades 1-8 in both Brooklyn and Queens providing small group, remedial math instruction. The students Julie was able to work with had different learning issues with math ranging from difficulties with number sense, processing/calculating/fluency, word problem language comprehension, math vocabulary, memory, applying abstract concepts to concrete situations, and anxiety and low confidence.

Julie has extensive experience with GoMath, Engage NY, Finish Line Math, using manipulatives to aid in conceptual learning, and the use of online resources to support Common Core and Next Generation Learning standards in math, Grades 1-8.

Having the experience of working with students at many grade levels has enabled her to understand the developmental needs and abilities of her students not only at their current level but also how and what they need to be prepared for and to be successful in their future grades.

Julie is passionate about the “why it makes sense” in math and not just the steps and rote procedures, and she works with her students so they have those “oh- that’s why!” moments. Her excitement is something her students see and feel from her as she encourages them to take chances and persevere. Julie also believes that ELA has a critical role to play in math instruction as students are required to read and think critically while comprehending math strategies.

Location: Queens, Nassau County, Brooklyn: Williamsburg, Greenpoint
Types of Service: Assessments, math instruction, remedial math assistance, generalized tutoring (both remote and in-person), state testing preparation
Expertise: Math strategies for processing, critical thinking, scaffolding and differentiation for different types of learners
Ages: Grades 1-8.

Fabiola

Masters in Education – MD/DC Certified in Elementary Education and TESOL
(Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) – (In Process of NYS
Reciprocity) ; Trained in Wilson Fundations (Phonics Instruction)
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Fabiola is currently an elementary school teacher in Brooklyn. Fabiola has worked with a wide range of learners in K-12 in the US and abroad. In her seven years of teaching, Fabiola has supported students with a wide range of needs and has taught in ICT classrooms. When teaching and tutoring math, Fabiola is trained in the following programs: Engage NY, Investigations, and Everyday Math.

Fabiola tutors and teaches across subjects, and specializes in literacy support for struggling readers. She uses multiple systems including Fundations, and Fountas and Pinnell’s Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI). Fabiola approaches spelling and reading through direct instruction of phonics patterns. She teaches these skills through a combination of multisensory games, repetition, and sequential learning.

Fabiola tutors and teaches across subjects, and specializes in literacy support for struggling readers. She uses multiple systems including Fundations, and Fountas and Pinnell’s Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI). Fabiola approaches spelling and reading through direct instruction of phonics patterns. She teaches these skills through a combination of multisensory games, repetition, and sequential learning.

Fabiola uses many approaches to motivate and maintain constructive behaviors. By getting to know her students it allows her to engage them and best learn their interests. She truly enjoys building strong relationships with her students and families and working with them to meet their individualized learning goals. She also develops materials custom made for her students.

LOCATION: Brooklyn and Manhattan
TYPES OF SERVICES: Administering reading and writing assessments, developing individualized and effective literacy instruction, individualized reading instruction, building phonemic awareness and phonics skills, helping with homework
EXPERTISE: assessment and intervention for children needing to improve decoding skills and reading fluency. Strengthen reading comprehension, and writing assessment and intervention for children struggling with decoding, reading comprehension, and fluency; Elementary Math Tutoring
AGES: 1st Grade – 4th grade

Dwaina S.

M.S. Mathematics Education, Professional Certificate in Secondary Mathematics (7-12)
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Dwaina is a professionally certified NYC DOE mathematics teacher who has taught grades 6 – 12 over the eight years of her career. She works to grow professionally by engaging actively in several mathematics education communities, most recently as a Math for America Master Teacher and a Knowles Teacher Initiative Fellow. Dwaina received her degree and certification in secondary mathematics education from Queens College in 2013. She continued her studies at Teachers College Columbia University, and earned her Masters Degree in 2015.

Dwaina’s approach to differentiation includes multi-sensory manipulatives such as base ten blocks, algebra tiles, and lab gear. She always encourages students to write out what they know and identify what they need to know, with visual aids to help organize their understanding. Models such as tables, graphs, drawings and counters are some of her favorite ways to enforce content knowledge. While her differentiation is not limited to students with math disabilities, she has had many successes with students who require additional support.

Dwaina has worked in a plethora of classroom situations, including settings with students with disabilities (learning disabled, ADHD, autism, etc.). Her teaching philosophy includes discovery learning and cooperative engaging curriculum. She has taught and tutored since college with a variety of curriculums including iReady, New Visions, Go Math, and Connected Mathematics. She has tutored grades 4 – 12 both one on one and in small groups, and has provided test prep for NYS exams for grades 4 – 8, Algebra 1 Regents and other standardized tests.

LOCATION: Brooklyn: Bushwick, Greenpoint, Williamsburg, Bedford Stuyvesant, Park Slope, Downtown Brooklyn, Sunset Park; Manhattan: Harlem, Upper West Side, Upper East Side, Midtown West, Chelsea, The Village Queens: (all neighborhoods)
TYPE OF SERVICES: Individualized mathematics instruction, test prep, executive functioning, study skills
EXPERTISE: Secondary education, special education
AGES: Elementary school through high school

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