Inclusive Practices in Math
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Through hands-on activities, participants will explore how learning abilities associated with disabilities, including dyslexia and disorders related to dyslexia, impact the learning of whole number addition and subtraction. In this session, participants will build knowledge and understanding of how instructional supports, including the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Guidelines along with assistive technology, can be used to accommodate and reduce the impact of a disability.
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Understanding Math Through a Progressive Approach Model
Math Model Vertical Alignment
Concrete Phase - Manipulatives
- Addition/Subtraction – two-sided counters, counting bears, base ten blocks
- Multiplication/Division – two-sided counters, counting bears, base ten blocks, dry erase markers (to draw the circle to help identify the equal groups)
- Fractions – fraction strips, Cuisenaire rods, two-sided counters
Pictorial Model - Pictures and Two-Dimensional Understanding
Abstract Phase - Word Problems
- Addition/Subtraction - teaching students to add to 10, finding common doubles to add
- Multiplication/Division - teaching students how to group, how to multiply to power of zeroes, and halving and doubling practices
- Fractions - teaching how to find like denominators and connecting fractions to the value of a dollar to make adding or subtracting of fractions easier
Instructional Routines for Mathematics Intervention
Designed for Texas Teachers and Aligned with the TEKS
- Step-by-step routines for explicit teaching of the mathematics content.
- Vocabulary Cards with visuals that can be easily displayed in the classroom.
- Problem Sets with greater than 50 ready-to-use problems for each module.
Instructional Routines for Mathematics Intervention Modules 1-23