Standards-based reform is bringing increased rigor and quality into mathematics education for all students. These reforms, however, have not been fully available to students with physical, developmental, sensory, and learning disabilities because teachers are often not well prepared to implement standards-based mathematics education with heterogeneous groups of students that include students with disabilities.
Bank Street College of Education and EDC's Center for Children and Technology have collaborated to develop digital resources for preservice and in-service professional development to better prepare teachers for serving students with and without disabilities within a standards-based mathematics curriculum.
In this case, we focus on two boys, one with language delay and one with attention deficit disorder, and one girl who struggles with mathematics concepts and skills.
We just completed the production of our fourth video case study [Organizing and Presenting Data]. This case features a lesson on Data Analysis conducted in a fourth-grade dual-language classroom. Let's test if this adds more to the picture.
Designing Digital Video Case Resources for Mathematics Teacher Education
March 1-5, 2005
SITE International Conference, Phoenix, Ariz.
Math for All:
Inclusive Mathematics Curriculum in the Elementary Classroom
(New Perspectives Course)
April 15-16, 2005
Bank Street College of Education, New York, N.Y.
Workshops & Presentations: Complete List