Teaching mathematics to adolescents with disabilities in a multimedia environment

Bottge; Hasselbring, Brian A.
November 1999
Intervention in School & Clinic;Nov99, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p113
Academic Journal
Focuses on a video-based approach to teaching mathematics for adolescents with disabilities. Video anchors; Goal of improving the problem-solving skills of secondary school students; Utilization of technology to access information and to communicate their findings.


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