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Welcome to This Course and Multisensory Resources:

Over the past 25 years, I have spent countless hours brainstorming ways to teach multiplication in a way that is fun, effective, and memorable. I've been inspired by some bright but struggling learners that have guided me to out-of-the-box ways of teaching this important skill. In this course, I share all my secrets.                          

Enjoy, 

Dr. Erica Warren

Why Multisensory Multiplication?

Multisensory Multiplication (MM) offers a comprehensive and empowering alternative to rote memorization of multiplication facts. Students gain a deep understanding of this math principle and the methods provide a fun menu of choices to students and allow each child to select his or her best ways of learning.

Play Enhances Learning Capacity:

Multisensory Multiplication also incorporates creative play and entertaining activities that help to bring joy to the learning process. Recent research suggests that play triggers the release of two neurotransmitters in the brain, norepinephrine and dopamine. In addition to facilitating learning mechanisms at synapses, norepinephrine restores our attention and rouses us to action. Neurons that are exposed to elevated levels of norepinephrine are more plastic, allowing for change to occur. The same holds true for dopamine, which accounts for long-term changes that motivate us to want more. When it is released, neural plasticity is accelerated.

Multisensory Learning:

Understanding the different ways of learning is crucial before one can truly accommodate diverse learning needs. One must understand that it’s not a matter of fitting a student into one learning modality; it’s creating a program that accommodates each student’s unique ways of learning and processing information. There are twelve diverse learning needs that should be considered and this course reviews and addresses them all.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    An Introduction to the Many Resources

    • Introduction - PLEASE READ THIS FIRST

  • 2

    Multiplication Art:

    • How to Use MM Patterns

    • MM Patterns

    • Color Your Own Times Table

  • 3

    The Nine Times Tables

    • Patterns and Strategies for the 9 Times Table

    • Nine Times Tables Video Demonstration

    • Learning the Nines Timetables Handout

  • 4

    Multisensory Skip Counting to Melodies

    • Start Here: Module Directions

    • Skip Counting Coloring Activities: Students complete while listening to the matching audiofiles

    • 3 Times Table: Skip Counting Song - Here We Go 'Round the Threeberry Bush

    • 4 Times Table: Skip Counting Song: Row Row Your Fours

    • Six Times Table: Skip Counting Song - Ode to the Sixes

    • Seven Times Table: Skip Counting Song - ...And Seven Was His Nameo

    • Eight Times Tables: Skip Counting Song - Oh My Darling Eights

    • The Twelve Times Table: Skip Counting Song - 12s are Sleeping

    • MM Mazes

  • 5

    Movin' and Groovin' Multiplication - A Kinesthetic Approach

    • MM Movin Groovin Multiplication

    • Movin' and Groovin' Multiplication Video Demonstration

    • MM Multiplication Station Task Cards

  • 6

    Visual and Tactile Multiplication Memory Strategies

    • MM Visual Memory Strategies

    • Cool Finger Strategy for the Difficult 7s, 8s and 9s: Video Demonstration

    • MM Visual and Tactile Station Task Cards

  • 7

    Multiplication Games

    • MM Designer Dream Home

    • MM Times Table Tournament

    • MM Array Race

    • Group Skip Counting Games and Activities

    • Multiplication Catch

  • 8

    Help Students to Stop Using their Hands for Addition, Subtraction and Multiplication

    • Multisensory Multiplication Lightening Math

  • 9

    Worksheets

    • Multiplication Worksheets

  • 10

    Monster Long Multiplication Approach and Materials

    • LSC Monster Multiplication lesson

    • Monster long Multiplication Downloadable Handouts

  • 11

    Other Multisensory Ideas

    • Other Multisensory Ideas and Resources

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  • Many videos, pdf handouts, downloadable games, and other resources for you and your students.

  • Trainer videos as well as lesson videos that can be share with students.

  • Support & guidance – Ask Dr. Warren anything.

  • References and other recommended resources.

  • Community Facebook page and access to interact with fellow practitioners.

  • Evergreen site with new updates and resources.

  • Kinesthetic, visual and tactile activities and task cards for multiplication stations.

FAQ

  • Are you available if I have questions?

    Yes. You can ask questions in the course and I'm here to help!

  • Can I get a refund if I'm not satisfied?

    I am so certain you will love this publication, that I am offering a 100% money back guarantee. Just be sure to review all the content and let me know within 10 days of purchasing the product.

  • How is this product different from Multisensory Multiplication and Division to Melodies?

    This course includes updated content from my prior publication, Multisensory Multiplication, and Division to Melodies, but it also offers so much more. This course also presents video instruction as well as many downloadable handouts, games, and activities. Please note: I have designed numerous other approaches to teaching multiplication so that students have choices and teachers can accommodate virtually any learner.

Instructor(s)

Learning Specialist, Educational Therapist, Author of Educational Materials and Course Creator

Dr. Erica Warren

Dr. Erica Warren is an educational therapist, learning specialist, and executive functioning coach, but tells her students that she is much like a personal trainer for the brain and a magician because she offers fun exercises and tricks to make learning both fun and memorable. She is an avid blogger, vlogger, and podcaster and offers over 150 popular educational publications at Good Sensory Learning that include multisensory lessons, games, and activities for professionals and parents that help learners strengthen areas of weak cognition or academics while kindling a love for learning. She also presents teacher training courses and has a full-time practice in New York, Learning to Learn, where she empowers students of all ages to maximize their learning potential. Aspiring to empower “out of the box” learners, Dr. Warren created a degree program that united coursework and research in the fields of School Psychology, Special Education, Psychology, and Adult Education. With a full assistantship at the UGA Learning Disability Center in neuropsychological assessments, she pursued a doctorate that focused on life-long issues in learning, special education, the impact of learning difficulties across the lifespan, and comprehensive diagnostic evaluations. In addition, she earned a full assistantship with the National Science Foundation while working towards a Master's degree in Educational Psychology. Dr. Warren often refers to her bachelor’s degree in fine arts, “as my secret weapon, as it brings joy, color, and creativity into my sessions.”