Empowering students with language-based learning differences
Learning by Doing
Students study math concepts such as place value, fact fluency, and numeracy through multisensory lessons, utilizing manipulatives (bean counters, base ten blocks, craft sticks, Lego), color-coding, gross motor skills, and interactive games and activities.
To develop students’ understanding of mathematical concepts, teachers move from the concrete, to the representational, and finally to the abstract. Teachers work closely with students in whole-class, group, and individual settings to reinforce skills such as multiplication, long division, decimals, and fractions, working to prepare them for middle school math.