Technology options for teaching mathematics to all students

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Using technology to facilitate instruction can improve students' abilities to learn mathematics concepts and skills to mastery level. It is important for general and special education teachers to learn the importance of using technology as increasingly, students with high incidence disabilities are receiving instruction in general education settings. However, teachers have been slow to develop consistent methods for using technology when planning, delivering, and evaluating instruction. The purpose of this paper is to introduce teachers to technology uses in the instruction of mathematics that have the potential of being successful for diverse students.
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Cumming, Therese
Ferriera, Danielle
Stringfellow, Jennifer
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2008
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