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LD and Math

LD and teaching mathematics

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What is number sense? It is an awareness and understanding about what numbers are, their relationships, their magnitude, the relative effect of operating on numbers, including the use of mental mathematics and estimation.
What type of instructional design benefits students struggling to learn mathematics ? computer-aided instruction
What strategy was shown to increase learning of mathematical concepts? When students verbalize their math strategies they use to solve problems they increase their learning.
Why are prenumeracy experiences so important? Prenumeracy experiences lay the groundwork for number sense and success in mathematics.
Name three major problems identified by Geary that inhibit the normal development of mathematical reasoning. 1. high frequency of procedural errors 2. difficulty in representation and retrieval of arithmetic facts 3. inability 2 symbolically or visually represent or code numerical info. 4 storage in contrast 2 using words as the form for storage in the brain
What procedural deficits do student with LD in mathematics display? the inability to perform moderately complex addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems
What percentage of students with LD exhibit difficulty in learning mathematics? more than 60% of students with learning disabilities possess significant disabilities in mathematics (Light & DeFries, 1995)
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