Mathematics Success for ALL Students:
Including Those Who Struggle

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Mathematics Success for All

A Handy Resource Booklet based on research. 6"x9"
As a many students find mathematics the most difficult to learn, we need to remind ourselves that they learn differently than we did. They can be successful when math is provided in a way that helps students learn best.
• Sample lessons and activities for middle and high school students are included.

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A Humanistic Approach to Teaching Mathematics in High School: Unit 1 - Reasoning with Equations & Inequalities 8.5"x11"
High School Algebra teachers are left to determine successful modifications for Special Ed students to be successful with rigorous Standards in Mathematics. Students are showing success with our modified units, without loss of "rigor".
This unit provides full lessons for Algebra: Reasoning with Equations and Inequalities. 

Mathematics has often been seen as the most difficult content to learn. In this era, learners are more visual and tactile. We need to be cognizant of those who learn differently than the way we did. When the curriculum is provided in a way that helps students learn best most can be successful learning mathematics.

As teachers of mathematics, we find many students who struggle with the fast pace, reading, or just need to refresh their understanding to become proficient with the current Standards for Mathematics. Research has identified strategies to support English Learners and students with special needs. These same strategies are powerful to use in regular classes with all students. They are appropriate to support ALL students in any class learning mathematics.

One of the authors is a teacher of students with special needs. She has used these strategies to develop lessons for her full department and district-wide. Special Education students in her district have raised achievement each year with the common core content at a slower pace with these strategies. They are learning what other students are learning and retaining more with higher rigor than in the past. Lessons and activities in this publication include some of the strategies identified in research.