"A smooth read...Communicates clear and commonsense ways that teachers can use mathematical psychology to achieve the monumental task of bringing children to proficiency in mathematics."
"Communicates clear and commonsense ways that teachers can use mathematical psychology to achieve the monumental task of bringing children to proficiency in mathematics."
Review: The Midwest Book Review
"A powerful collection blending research findings, classroom teachings, and student case histories."
Review by: Kelly Mix, Michigan State University
"A thorough and balanced review of the latest research on childhood mathematics and numeracy . . . clear, coherent, and compelling."
Review by: Russell Gersten, Director, Instructional Research Group; Professor Emeritus, College of Education, University of Oregon
"This is a wonderful, imaginative look at mathematics disabilities and a nice introduction to the wide array of research on mathematics disabilities."
Review by: Earl Oremus, Headmaster, Marburn Academy - School for Learning Disabilities, Columbus, Ohio
"A game changer for math educators. Teacher-friendly and comprehensive, this review of recent neuroscience provides critical insights into how the brain learns (or fails to learn) math."
Review by: Nancy C. Jordan, Professor, School of Education, University of Delaware, Newark
"An excellent resource . . . provides many useful directions for helping learners who struggle to learn mathematics."
Review by: Ruth Shalev, Director, Neuropediatric Unit, Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Jerusalem, Israel
"An up-to-date review of everything you wished to know about mathematical disabilities in children . . . This lucidly written book will appeal to sophisticated professionals and lay readers interested in the topic."
Review by: Robert Siegler, Teresa Heinz Professor of Cognitive Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University
"Brief and lively . . . Especially interesting are [the] case studies of children with math learning disabilities and ideas about how to help such children learn more effectively."