Learn how online tools can support student learning in math and how to apply interactive simulations and online tools to what evidenced-based research indicates are the most effective interventions in math. Using recommendations made by the Institute of Education Sciences and the MISTM project, participants will learn how online math simulations and interactive tools can support math instruction while improving student learning.
The presenter reviews the eight learning areas in mathematics and which interventions can support the continuum of learner differences in these eight areas.
Kathleen H. McClaskey, Co-Founder of Personalize Learning (www.personalizelearning.com) and President of Ed Tech Associates, is a recognized UDL and Digital Learning Consultant with 29 years experience using technology in the classroom. Kathleen is a frequent international, national and regional presenter on topics including Universal Design for Learning, Technology for Diverse Learners, Math and Technology: Bringing Research to Practice, and most recently, Personalize Learning to Meet the Common Core with Barbara Bray.
In the last decade, she directed and designed the professional development in technology-based projects in math, science, literacy and autism. She also curates four topics in Scoop.it: Personalized Learning, Universal Design for Learning, Leveling the Playing Field with Apps and Math, Technology and UDL: Closing the Achievement Gap. Find Kathleen on Twitter @khmmc.