Teaching Mathematics to All Children : Designing and Adapting Instruction to Meet the Needs of Diverse Learners
For undergraduate/graduate courses in Teaching Methods for Elementary School Mathematics, Teaching Methods in Elementary School Mathematics for Special Education Teachers.With the composition of today's classroom in mind, the text 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.
- Paperback | 385 pages
- 211.8 x 272.8 x 19.8mm | 816.48g
- 03 May 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
1. Instructional Activities: The Building Blocks for Effective Instruction. 2. Diversity in the Classroom: Variations of Individual Needs. 3. Lesson Design: Creating Lessons That Meet the Needs of a Diverse Classroom. 4. Beginnings: Mathematics Learning in Early Childhood. 5. Whole Numbers and Numeration: Naming and Writing Quantity. 6. Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers: Combining and Separating Quantities. 7. Multiplying and Dividing Whole Numbers: Combining Equal-Sized Groups and Separating Quantities into Equal-Sized Groups. 8. Fractions: Working with Units Smaller Than One. 9. Decimals and Percents: Working with Base-Ten Units Smaller Than One and Using Hundredths as a Common Denominator. 10. Measurement: Assigning a Number to a Quantity. 11. Geometry: Learning the Names and Characteristics of Shapes. 12. Effective Practice: Games and Activities for Practice and Fun. Index.