My Math Success Plan: Individualized Study Skill Strategies to Improve Math Grades

9780940287617: My Math Success Plan: Individualized Study Skill Strategies to Improve Math Grades
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This self-help workbook intended for Wounded Warriors and students with disabilities allows students to assemble their own individualized study plan from a set of custom-built study strategies. The book breaks down exactly how and when a student s disability affects his or her ability to learn and process new information. This allows students with disabilities to better understand their learning problems and thereby teach themselves various math study skills, which directly address their unique challenges. Because the book does not involve calculations, students do not need to be good in math to understand the material. Offices of Students with Disabilities or Veteran Centers can use this workbook to improve student success in math.

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Paul Nolting is a national expert in assessing math learning problems-from study skills to learning disabilities-and developing effective learning strategies and testing accommodations. He has conducted national training grant workshops on math learning for the Association on Higher Education and Disabilities and conducted two PBS workshops on math study skills and learning styles. Dr. Nolting has conducted numerous national conference workshops on math learning for the National Developmental Education Association, the National Council of Educational Opportunity Association, and the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges. Dr. Nolting holds a Ph.D. in Education in Curriculum Instruction from the University of South Florida. His doctoral dissertation was "The Effects of Counseling and Study Skills Training on Mathematics Academic Achievement." A key speaker at numerous regional and national education conferences and conventions, Dr. Nolting has been widely acclaimed for his ability to communicate with faculty and students on the subject of improving math learning.

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