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Instructional Strategies: Teaching Mathematics

This webpage contains the links to 5 short articles on strategies for teaching students with dyscalculia. The articles that are included are: Components of Effective Mathematics Instruction, 10 tips for Software Selection in Mathematics Instruction, Number Sense: Rethinking Arithmetic Instruction for Students with Mathematics Disabilities, Students with Nonverbal Learning Disabilities, and Technology Supported Math Instruction for Students with Disabilities: Two Decades of Research and Development.
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Contributed by: LD Online - Publisher, Beatrice C. Babbitt - Author, Louise Spear-Swerling - Author, Russell Gersten - Author, David J. Chard - Author, Jean M. Foss - Author, Ted S. Hasselbring - Author, Alan C. Lott - Author, Janet M. Zydney - Author
This resource is included in the following PD Collection(s):
Strategies for Teaching Students Struggling With MathematicsThis collection supports teachers working with students with learning disabilities or struggling with math in general. Teachers will find resources to engage learners, strategies to enhance problem solving and suggestions for intervention models. When teachers chose appropriate material and technology that reflects students' abilities and preferences, students have a better opportunity to learn new concepts. Several videos, articles and research reports help teachers with strategies and techniques to reach struggling learners more effectively.
Math TopicNumber Sense, Basic Operations, Number Concepts, Mathematical Practices, Mathematical Processes
Grade LevelK, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Resource TypeReference Materials, Article

  • Additional Information
    • AudienceEducator
    • LanguageEnglish (USA)
    • Education TopicTeaching strategies, Student populations
    • Interdisciplinary ConnectionTechnology
    • Professional DevelopmentNo
    • ContributorLD Online - Publisher, Beatrice C. Babbitt - Author, Louise Spear-Swerling - Author, Russell Gersten - Author, David J. Chard - Author, Jean M. Foss - Author, Ted S. Hasselbring - Author, Alan C. Lott - Author, Janet M. Zydney - Author
    • Publication Date2012
    • RightsCopyright (c) 2010 WETA
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    • AccessFree access
  • Standards
    • Common Core State Standards for Mathematics

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  • User Comments
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      Aint that hard
      By embermoon on 03/07/2018 - 03:02
    • Teaching mathematics isn't that hard. It is more like explaining instead of teaching. Every student has a separate IQ then the other and we have to proceed according to each one's mind. As being a teacher it is our duty to pay attention towards every student and seek out their means of understanding. I am a Math teacher and an assignment writing service employees as well and i can know reading the way a person contacts us about what they want in their work. Guiding people to reference books is a good way to learn multiple ways and understand more then one point of view regarding a said topic.