Math Instruction for Students with Learning Problems by Susan P. Gurganus
A research-based, research-based approach to mathematics teaching for students with learning problems designed to build the confidence and competence of pre-service and in-service teachers (Pre-Kindergarten 12). The three-year field test…
Math Instruction for Students with Learning Problems synopsis
A research-based, research-based approach to mathematics teaching for students with learningproblems designed to build the confidence and competence of pre-service and in-service teachers (Pre-Kindergarten 12). The three-year field test showed that the approaches in this book led to a significant improvement in the candidate's attitudes to mathematics, an increased understanding of mathematics content, and professional skills in mathematics assessment and education.
The attitudes of teachers and students about mathematics are dealt with on the front page, as are the problems of learning other students such as language, specific mathematics disabilities, past experiences, and cognitive and cognitive factors. This book was prepared in a clear and attractive manner, and it was also organized to facilitate teachers' practice of locating materials, ensuring that the text remains a valuable reference in the classroom as well.
"The author has a good overview of what is needed to teach the target students ... The book's flow is good and provides the necessary support for each department as needed ...
The rationale for this book is very much the same as I think of a book about this type and scope of material." -J. References The content and standards of the National Mathematical Process (NCTM) - standards that are often overlooked by special education texts.
* Pre-K to 12 scope, which enhances students' ability to diagnose learning gaps and provides appropriate content connections, an advantage that addresses NCLB's "high efficiency" requirements. * Pay attention to each of the issues, educational approaches and instructions of the specific content area, and enable students to develop a comprehensive educational reference and a strong understanding of the content.
* Short essays for the realistic teacher included in each chapter which are related to the concepts of classroom and provide additional opportunities for discussion. * "Try this" boxes that actively engage students with the material during reading and trainers can rely on these extra exercises during class activities.
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