6 edition of Teaching Inclusive Mathematics to Special Learners, K-6 found in the catalog.
October 16, 2003
by Corwin Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||168|
Differentiated Instruction in the Inclusive Classroom classroom is designed to meet the needs of the students. Keywords: Inclusive education, differentiated instruction, learning style, content, process, develop educational program for all learners, including all with special educational needs 1,2. Inclusion in education is concerned. Inclusive mathematics education acknowledges human diversity and involves supporting the diverse learning needs of all students in general mathematics classrooms. In this chapter we review Cited by: 3.
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Teaching the challenged learner --Characteristics of students with learning disabilities and the impact on learning mathematics --Specific strategies for instruction --Assessing your special education students --General strategies for teaching inclusive mathematics to all students.
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Access to the mainstream reading and mathematics curriculum is not about place. Simply placing students with mild disabilities in the general education classroom and issuing them a grade-level textbook is not enough.
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The book provides an overview of state-of-the-art research from Brazil and Germany in the field of inclusive mathematics education. Originated from a research cooperation between two countries where inclusive education in mathematics has been a major challenge, this volume seeks to make recent research findings available to the international community of mathematics teachers and.
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