You are here

Teaching Inclusive Mathematics to Special Learners, K-6
Share
Bestseller!

Teaching Inclusive Mathematics to Special Learners, K-6



October 2003 | 168 pages | Corwin
`The book is easy to read and captures one's attention. It is dealing with a topic that is extremely important in today's education community' - Larry Osthus, Mathematics Consultant , Heartland Area Education Agency 11, Iowa

The number of special needs students in regular classrooms keeps rising. At the same time as more of these special needs students are being included, mathematics requirements are being increased. NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics) standards emphasize development of algebraic understanding in early elementary grades.

This book is designed to open windows of understanding, which will help teachers better recognize and compensate for the difficulties that special education students may encounter when learning mathematics. The author discusses general characteristics of learning disabled students as they relate to planning mathematics instruction. She also discusses instructional techniques and suggests modifications for facilitating these students' learning. Many of these techniques and strategies are designed to address specific difficulties or weaknesses; however, it must be emphasized that these techniques are useful across the classroom and may benefit all of the students, and particularly those who may not be diagnosed as learning disabled but do have difficulty in math.

 
Introduction
 
Chapter 1: Teaching the Challenged Learner
 
Chapter 2: Characteristics of Students with Learning Disabilities and the Impact on their Mathematical Ability
 
Chapter 3: Specific Strategies for Instruction
 
Chapter 4: Assessing Your Special Education Students
 
Chapter 5: General Strategies for Teaching Inclusive Mathematics to All Students
 
Glossary
 
Reference List
 
Index

”The book is easy to read and captures one’s attention.  It is dealing with a topic that is extremely important in today’s education community.”

Larry Osthus, Mathematics Consultant
Heartland Area Education Agency 11, IA

Preview this book

Sample Materials & Chapters

Introduction

Chapter 1: Teaching the Challenged Learner


Purchasing options

Volume Discounts Available

contact corwin

Please select a format:

Order from:

ISBN: 9780761938910

For instructors

To inquire about the availability of this title for review (print and/or digital), please contact your local sales representative or call (800) 818-7243.