by Adrianne Meldrum | Mar 6, 2019 | Adrianne, Case Study, Learning Differences, Online Learning

Math Won’t Keep this Actress Down! [Case Study] by Adrianne Meldrum Adrianne, Math Tutor Adrianne worked with Kaiya twice a week online for 30-60 minutes. She used multisensory math techniques to engage Kaiya. Kaiya, 5th Grader Kaiya loves theater, is friendly...
by Adrianne Meldrum | Mar 6, 2019 | Adrianne, Case Study, Multisensory Math Videos, Online Learning

Multisensory Math Helps this Student with Dyslexia Ace Math Tests! [Case Study] by Adrianne Meldrum Adrianne, Math Tutor Adrianne works with Ethan three times a week online for 1 hour. She uses multisensory math techniques to engage Ethan. Ethan, 14 yrs old Ethan has...
by Adrianne Meldrum | Mar 6, 2019 | Adrianne, Case Study, Multisensory Math Videos, Online Learning

Multisensory Math Surprised this Student! [Case Study] by Adrianne Meldrum Ruth, Math Tutor Ruth works with Margo twice a week online for 1 hour. She uses multisensory math techniques to engage Margo. Margo, 6th Grader Margo loves to dance and travel to interesting...
by Adrianne Meldrum | Mar 6, 2019 | Adrianne, Case Study, Multisensory Math Videos, Online Learning

Growth Mindset + Multisensory Math Helped This Student Shine! [Case Study] by Adrianne Meldrum Adrianne, Math Tutor Adrianne works with Brittany twice a week online for 1 hour. She uses multisensory math techniques to engage Brittany. Brittany, 10th Grader Brittany...
by Adrianne Meldrum | Nov 7, 2017 | Adrianne, Common Core Math, Online Learning

I have to say it: fractions are the number one topic I re-teach at all levels. Doesn’t matter if they are in elementary school, high school, or college. Folks just get flustered with fractions. My students will be bopping along doing math problems and then halt due to...
by Adrianne Meldrum | May 10, 2017 | Adrianne, On Middle Ground Podcast, Online Learning

School doesn’t always go as we had imagined for our kids. Social problems, not being challenged or the opposite, too much challenging work–many reasons to be frustrated with the traditional school experience. Remember Never Been Kissed with Drew Barrymore?...