2.16 Taking a Multisensory Approach to Teaching Math with Adrianne Meldrum
In this episode, we’re joined by Adrianne Meldrum. Adrianne Meldrum is the founder and owner of Made for Math (MFM), an all-online math center focused on serving students with dyslexia, dyscalculia, and math learning disabilities.
She is a certified Multisensory Math Instructor through Marilyn Zecher. She holds a Master’s Degree from Bridges Graduate School of Cognitive Diversity.
We chat with Adrianne about using a multisensory approach to teaching math, how challenged learners can benefit from this approach, and so much more!
Resources mentioned in this episode:
- Listen Up: Five Stellar Science of Reading Podcasts Worth Trying
- Multisensory Math Activities That Really Work
- Difficulties Evolve into Doors: The HOPE for Students with Dyscalculia
- Interview with Dr. Xin, creator of Conceptual Model-Based Problem Solving (COMPS)
- Professor Sharma - Mathematics for All
- Science of Math - Facebook Community
- Effective Teaching Strategies for Dyscalculia and Learning Difficulties in Mathematics by Marie Pascale Noel and Giannis Karagiannakis
- Mathematics for Dyslexics and Dyscalculics by Steve Chinn
- Discovering Dyscalculia: One Family’s Journey with a Math Disability by Laura Jackson
- 2.13 The Science of Learning
- Is multisensory math for your child (Quiz)
- Unlocking Dyscalculia Web Series
For more from Adrianne Meldrum, check out her website Made for Math. You can also connect with her on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.
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