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Students’ Understanding of Diagrams for Solving Word Problems

Content type: Journal Article
A visual representation, such as a diagram, can be a powerful strategy for solving mathematical word problems. However, using a representation to solve mathematical word problems is not as simple as it seems! Many students with learning disabilities...

REASON

Content type: Journal Article
Common Core mathematics instruction presents unique challenges for students with disabilities, particularly twice-exceptional learners who may be successful problem solvers but may have difficulty articulating their reasoning process and problem-solving...

Supporting Clear and Concise Mathematics Language

Content type: Journal Article
Mathematics learning is sequential and builds in complexity as children learn more advanced skills. The transition that many schools are making to the Common Core State Standards may require that some mathematics skills are introduced at earlier grades...

Preparing for Algebra by Building Fraction Sense

Content type: Journal Article
Fraction knowledge is crucial for learning algebra as well as for everyday functioning. Unfortunately, many middle-school children have only a tenuous grasp of fractions, despite several years of instruction on the topic. In the present paper, we present...

Preparing for Algebra by Building Fraction Sense

Content type: Journal Article
Fraction knowledge is crucial for learning algebra as well as for everyday functioning. Unfortunately, many middle-school children have only a tenuous grasp of fractions, despite several years of instruction on the topic. In the present paper, we present...

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