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Math Instruction & Achievement

What does neuroscience have to do with it?

Morning Sessions will present the neuroscience that underpins math learning as well as current research that explores how executive functions affect math learning and performance.  Both sessions will provide information related to difficulty with math learning and disability, including foundational information about dyscalculia.  Attendees will choose from the following topics for the afternoon practice breakout sessions:

- Establishing a Strong Place Value Foundation for Mathematics Achievement Across the Early Grades  (K – Grade 5)

- Math Instruction that Supports Later Success in Algebra 1 and Geometry 

- Designing a Neuropsychological Assessment Framework to Support Effective Math Interventions

Saturday, March 2

9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

HYBRID: Attendees' Choice
In-Person or Virtual 
Anne Arundel Community College
Health & Life Sciences Building
101 College Parkway, Arnold, MD 21012 

Health and Life Sciences Building Virtual Tour

AACC Campus Map


$125 after February 2

Registration includes continental breakfast and a boxed lunch for in-person attendees. Raffle prizes will be offered for in-person attendees.

$25 - ASHA 0.4 CEUs, Intermediate Level
$25 - NASP 4 hours of CPD


Questions?  Please email Amanda Lanham at

Agenda & Speakers

Thank You To Our Partners

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the lab school DC
odyssey school
Roig Academy
severn school
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