Mathematics for Special Education
Ablenet Equals -- A Mathematics Curriculum for Students with …
Equals is a Special Education mathematics curriculum designed for a broad range of abilities and differences, from the severely to the mildly disabled.
A Review of The Dyscalculia Assessment
The Dyscalculia Assessment provides an assessment, an overview of the component skills for math, and lots of strategies for remediating Dyscalculia.
Inside Math -- and Online Resource for Math Methods
A website sponsored by a foundation from Silicon Valley creates a great resource for special and general education teachers to support math skills.
Counting Mats Help Build a Foundation of Understanding for Division
Students with disabilities struggle to understand the operation of division, and using manipulatives and mats gives them multiple opportunities to practice dividing large numbers into equal groups.
Counting Muffin Tins - A Kitchen Pan Teaches Counting
Muffin tins create a great way for disabled students to get lots of practice counting.
A Simple Tool to Give Children With Disabilities Counting Practice
Counting mats are good tools to give children with disabilities experience counting.
Place Value Blocks Teach Place Value
Special education students often benefit from manipulatives like these blocks to understand the base ten number system.
Rational Numbers - Fractions, Ratios and Decimals
This article addresses introducing rational numbers to give students with disabilities a firm foundation and strong understanding of fractions, percents and ratios.