With the composition of today's classroom in mind, this book approaches teaching and planning elementary mathematics by using methods that accommodate the diverse learning needs of any student having difficulties with basic math concepts. The authors use personal experience and research that supports a complete set of developmental concepts and skills to outline the effective development of mathematical concepts and skills. It stresses lesson planning that will result in learning, understanding, and retaining important concepts and skills. K-12 Special Education and General Education Teachers.Suppose you have a fifth-grade student who does not understand how to solve the following problem: Imagine that you work in a shop that sells caps. ... About 50% have the logo of a sports team, about 15% have an assortment of other images on them, and the rest have no image at all. ... the following problem: Imagine that you want to make a set of 50 cards that will be used in a game to spell words.
|Title||:||Teaching Mathematics to All Children|
|Author||:||Benny F. Tucker, Ann H. Singleton, Terry L. Weaver|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2006|