A hands-on activity helps promote sight-impaired students' understanding of relative and comparative sizes.
Geoff Hilton, Annette Hilton, Shelley L. Dole, Merrilyn Goos, and Mia O'Brien
Lisa A. Dieker, Michelle Stephan, and Jennifer Smith
A conceptual framework can show a general education and a special education teacher how to team teach so that a range of students can learn together in today's classroom.
a good idea in a small package
Cindy Parrott and Ken Holvig
iBooks Author, an Apple app, can be used successfully when writing in math class.
Janet B. Andreasen and Jessica H. Hunt
To meet diverse student needs, use an approach that is situated in understanding fractions.
Laurie H. Rubel, Michael Driskill, and Lawrence M. Lesser
Redistricting can provide a real-world application for use in a wide range of mathematics classrooms.
William C. Zahner
Principles for using groups in linguistically diverse classrooms are illustrated with a task about measurement and proportionality.
Kelly Cline, Jean McGivney-Burelle, and Holly Zullo
Voting in the classroom can engage students and promote discussion. All you need is a good set of questions.
Sarah J. Selmer and Kimberly Floyd
A proactive preschool teacher differentiates instruction by using the Universal Design for Learning framework to decrease barriers that limit students' access to classroom learning.
Cory A. Bennett
Address the needs of diverse learners with a class structure that is designed around a crime scene theme and based on student choice and perceptions of the math being studied.
Christina M. Punches-Guntsch and Erin N. Kenney
Teachers in an urban high school design a learning environment for at-risk mathematics students.