“Math Facts Matter methods include a multi-sensory approach associating visual, auditory and tactile cues resulting in the rapid retrieval of facts,” said Kathy Robinson, President of Math Facts Matter and Schoolware Inc.
The event is designed to help both teachers and homeschool parents. Attendees will learn powerful strategies that can be used in school and at home that can help children, teens, and adults, rapidly master the foundational math facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
“My daughter has Autism Spectrum Disorder and she has always hated math. It’s so hard to watch her cry due to all the frustration and anxiety just trying to do her math homework. Nothing I tried seemed to help her, but then I met Kathy. She taught me a bit about her multi-sensory approach and some of her strategies. My daughter absolutely loved it! I already see significant improvements in her comprehension and recall. I can’t wait for the event, so I can learn more about the Math Facts Matter methods,” said Lisa Anthony, a local parent.
Debbie Collins, a Student Support Service Advisor at the Grayson County College in Denison, Texas and long-time customer of Math Facts Matter, has expressed enthusiastic support for the educational products offered by the company. Debbie says, “This product makes the math experience fun, positive, and so easy to learn in a short time.” She has already registered to attend the event and as a retired educator, Debbie is excited to refer Math Facts Matter to other teachers.
Math Facts Matter invites all educators, school personnel, and homeschool parents to attend this free workshop. Robinson says that teachers can count the free training towards their professional development hours and will receive a certificate of completion following the training session.
Math Facts Matter is also offering an opportunity for teachers to supplement their income. The details for the opportunity will be revealed at the event.
“This event is free and open to all teachers, principals, and school personnel, as well as homeschool parents,” notes Robinson. With the workshop less than two weeks away, the Math Facts Matter team is busy making preparation.
Attendees will have a chance to win prizes in random drawings. Food and refreshments will be provided. However, prizes and snacks are not what the event is all the about. The team is eager to see how the information they share will impact schools and the community.
“The methods used by Math Facts Matter are so valuable, both parents and teachers need to know about it. It not just helps my daughter now, but directly impacts her future,” said Anthony.
For more information about the event or about Math Facts Matter, you can visit their website at MathFactsMatter.com/easy-as-pi.
Math Facts Matter
Math Facts Matter is the mathematics division of Schoolware Inc., a developer of educational software and proven learning system that facilitates the storage of math facts into long-term memory and rapid retrieval.
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