by Sherrie Hulet | Mar 17, 2019 | Adrianne, Case Study, Learning Differences, Multisensory Math

Math Shows Up in this Student’s Play [Case Study] by Adrianne Meldrum Adrianne, Math Tutor Adrianne works with Ryan twice a week online for 1 hour. She uses multisensory math techniques to engage Ryan. Ryan, Homeschooler Ryan loves beating his dad at sports and...
by Adrianne Meldrum | Feb 27, 2019 | Adrianne, Case Study, Multisensory Math, Multisensory Math Videos

ADHD Doesn’t Stop this Cowboy from Learning [Case Study] by Adrianne Meldrum Ruth, Math Tutor Ruth works with cameron twice a week online for 45 minutes. She uses multisensory math techniques to engage Cam. Cameron, 5th Grader Cameron loves sports, is friendly...
by Adrianne Meldrum | Dec 2, 2018 | Adrianne, Multisensory Math

Sloppy handwriting and math can be a huge problem that students deal with. For some students, they may confuse a four with a nine or even the letter H. Here are a couple of tips to help make math a little bit easier for students with sloppy handwriting. Use graph...
by Adrianne Meldrum | Nov 11, 2018 | Adrianne, Multisensory Math

We’ve all been there before. Limp arms, snail pace effort, and creative avoidance tactics all in an effort to ditch math homework. After a long day of work and school, everyone wants to just relax! We’d love to skip the homework, but you know practice...
by Adrianne Meldrum | Feb 2, 2018 | Adrianne, Multisensory Math, On Middle Ground Podcast

This podcast episode is an audio version of a guest post I wrote on SethPerler.com. In this audio version, I add in some additional details. The article really resonated with Seth’s audience, so I wanted a way to share it here on the podcast. In this episode,...
by Adrianne Meldrum | Jan 17, 2018 | Adrianne, Learning Differences, Multisensory Math

Throughout our entire website, you keep seeing this phrase: Multisensory Math This is the one thing that sets us apart from regular ‘ol tutors and the free videos you’ll find on YouTube. Multisensory Math Definition: The use of senses applied in learning...