# Ch 5: Special Education Math Teaching Strategies

Review these entertaining lessons to acquire strategies you can use to effectively teach math in special education. Improve your curriculum, classroom instruction and students' learning outcomes by taking advantage of the teacher resources in this chapter.

## Special Education Math Teaching Strategies - Chapter Summary

This chapter provides in-depth exploration of strategies designed to help educators teach math in special education. Learn the attributes of the mathematically proficient student and examine scaffolding, metacognitive and RTI strategies. You'll also get tips for engaging your students and learn strategies for teaching math to students with learning disabilities, dyscalculia and autism.

Tailor your review of this chapter to your unique schedule. All resources are available 24/7 via any computer or mobile device with an Internet connection. Navigate lessons in any sequence, and revisit them as often as needed to better understand strategies for teaching math in special education. If you have questions about lesson topics, be sure to send them to our experts.

## How It Helps

• Builds knowledge: This chapter offers foundational information to help you understand when students are not mathematically proficient and what steps you can take to strengthen their comprehension.
• Simplifies implementation: Lessons offer strategies and clear steps you can take to quickly and easily implement new instructional methods in your classroom and boost your students' math knowledge.
• Enhances student learning: Resources in this chapter target both general and specific learning challenges to ensure you're able to confidently teach math to a diverse group of students and enhance their learning outcomes.

## Skills Covered

After finishing this chapter, you will be ready to:

• Discuss the basic attributes of a mathematically proficient student
• Provide math strategies to your students with learning disabilities
• Utilize strategies that ensure your students are engaged during your math lessons
• Incorporate scaffolding and metacognitive strategies into your math instruction
• Understand and utilize math strategies that align with Response to Intervention (RTI)
• Implement teaching strategies that can help students with autism grasp math concepts

7 Lessons in Chapter 5: Special Education Math Teaching Strategies
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