Strengthening Reading Comprehension & Math at Home for Elementary through High School

2024-03-12T17:32:04+00:00

Strengthening Reading Comprehension & Math at Home for Elementary through High School Wednesday, April 10, 2024 | 7pm EST Many parents ask how they can best strengthen their child’s reading comprehension and math skills at home to supplement schoolwork and tutoring. In this free virtual session, Commonwealth Learning Center Lead Teacher and School Consultant, Kat Marsh, Ph.D., will provide insights on how to informally assess your child’s reading and math knowledge base. She will explain the underlying factors that lead to academic success, and include ways to motivate your elementary, middle, or high school age child. Participants will [...]

Strengthening Reading Comprehension & Math at Home for Elementary through High School2024-03-12T17:32:04+00:00

Targeted Intervention

2023-05-01T16:39:59+00:00

An article by our Danvers Center Lead Teacher, Kat Marsh, on the topic of academic intervention was featured in the Spring 2023 Special Needs Advocacy Network, Inc newsletter. The Special Needs Advocacy Network provides advocacy, education, and other actions that empower all families, professionals including advocates, and others with an interest, to enable students with disabilities to reach their full potential. Learn More About the Special Needs Advocacy Network

Targeted Intervention2023-05-01T16:39:59+00:00

Exploring Executive Functions

2023-05-01T16:38:16+00:00

An article by our Danvers Center Lead Teacher, Kat Marsh, on the topic of executive functions was featured in the October 2019 issue of Boston Parents Paper. Boston Parents Paper is a free publication available at various locations throughout the region. Click below to check out the digital version of this excellent local resource (you’ll find Kat’s article on pages 34-35)! Visit Boston Parents Paper Online

Exploring Executive Functions2023-05-01T16:38:16+00:00

Introducing Multisensory Math

2023-01-12T18:21:28+00:00

Based on the principles of the Orton-Gillingham approach, Multisensory Math (MSM) provides structured and sequential instruction that moves from concrete to representational to abstract. MSM uses manipulatives and real-life associations to actively engage students in problem-solving, increase attention and memory, and support executive function. MSM is appropriate for all learners but is particularly beneficial for students with language-based learning disabilities. Commonwealth Learning Center is pleased to offer Multisensory Math for students in kindergarten through algebra. Schedule Your Free Consultation

Introducing Multisensory Math2023-01-12T18:21:28+00:00

Building a Strong Foundation for Reading Success

2021-10-04T22:50:28+00:00

An article by our Danvers Center Director, Beth Dinelli, on the topic of building a strong foundation for reading success in young children was featured in the February 2020 issue of Boston Parents Paper. Boston Parents Paper is a free publication available at various locations throughout the region. Click below to check out the digital version of this excellent local resource (you’ll find Beth’s article on pages 14-15)! Visit Boston Parents Paper Online

Building a Strong Foundation for Reading Success2021-10-04T22:50:28+00:00

Professional Development
for Educators

PTI

 
Beth

Beth Dinelli, M.Ed
Director
[email protected]

220 Reservoir Street, Suite 6 Needham, MA 02494-3133

Phone: 781.444.5193

Fax: 781.444.6916

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