Math Games for Adolescents

Shaftel, Julia; Pass, Lisa; Schnabel, Shawn
January 2005
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jan/Feb2005, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p25
Academic Journal
Features the mathematics game for special education students called "That's Life: Money Game About Real-Life Expenses." Basis for the game; Different ways of playing the game; Classroom or resource room setting for playing the game; Cautions on using games in the classroom. INSET: What Does Hie Utemlure Say About Mathematical Games?.


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