Description

Ever wonder how students with significant disabilities can solve word problems in a meaningful way at their level of math knowledge? With appropriate support and what they have learned, students can make choices about facts, actions, strategies and outcomes in word problems, then solve with manipulatives and talk about what happened. Explore the role of cause and effect and specific features and examples of support from Equals Math. Walk away with new ways of thinking about problem solving and new ideas for problem solving access in pre-readiness skills to the four operations and beyond from Equals Math Action Dictionary.

Date and Time:

  • October 2, 2019
  • 9:30 am – 10:30 am

Format:

company-affiliated demonstration

Category:

mathematics

Subject Level:

beginner

Computer Level:

n/a

Hands-On:

n/a

Presenter(s)