Math Tip Sheet

Meeting the Needs of Every Student!

How to Support the Special Needs Learner

Hands On Manipulatives

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Differentiated Content

Universal Design in Mathematics

Thanks to architect Ronald L Mace, universal design became a barrier free way to design environments that were accessible to all people regardless of needs.

Our math classes can be done similarly. When designed to be accessed by all students regardless of ability, the opportunities will amaze you and the students who thought math wasn't for them!

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Some Things to Consider

When looking at the diverse needs within your classroom, there will never be a 'one size fits all' method. Trying a variety of teaching strategies, ideas, and approaches helps to meet the needs of different students. At times the strategies will work and other times they won't. By continually trying different ways, we will eventually find the solution that works!