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Learning disability - a USA state of the art report. (Lernbehinderung - Ein Forschungsüberblick zur Situation in den USA am Beispiel von Lesen und Mathematik.) (German)
Vierteljahresschr. Heilpädag. Nachbargeb., No. 1, 43-56 (2008).
Classification: C96
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Issues and challenges for middle school mathematics teachers in inclusion classrooms. (English)
Sch. Sci. Math. 106, No. 8, 338 (2006).
Classification: B53 D43 C73
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Understanding the concept of ’division’: Assessment considerations. (English)
Exceptionality 11, No. 3, 177-189 (2003).
Classification: F30
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Understanding the concept of ’number line’ - elementary students’ responses and strategies. (English)
Agarkar, Sudhakar C. et al., CASTME-UNESCO-HBCSE international conference on science technology and mathematics education for human development. Vol. 2. ,. 303-307 (2002).
Classification: F92 C32
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Preparing teachers to teach mathematics to students with learning disabilities. (English)
Rivera, Diane Pedrotty, Mathematics education for students with learning disabilities. PRO-ED, Austin, TX (ISBN 0-89079-710-2). 219-235 (1998).
Classification: D49
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Structuring Word Problems for Diagnostic Teaching: Helping Teachers Meet the Needs of Children with Mild Disabilities. (English)
Teach. Except. Child. 26, No. 4, 16-21 (1994).
Classification: F96
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Arithmetic Programming for Students with Disabilities: An Alternative. Eine Alternative zum Arithmetikunterricht fuer Schueler mit Lernschwierigkeiten. (English)
Rem. Spec. Educ. (RASE). (May-Jun 1992) v. 13(3) p. 6-18. [ISSN 0741-9325]
Classification: F13 D43 C33
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Challenging the Routines and Passivity That Characterize Arithmetic Instruction for Children with Mild Handicaps. Verfahren und Passivitaet, die den Arithmetikunterricht fuer leichtbehinderte Kinder charakterisieren, werden in Frage gestellt. (English)
Rem. Spec. Educ. (RASE). (Sep-Oct 1991) v. 12(5) p. 23-32,43. [ISSN 0741-9325]
Classification: F36 D46
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Issues in Mathematics Curriculum for Handicapped Students. Fragen zum Mathematikcurriculum fuer behinderte Schueler. (English)
Acad. Ther. (Mar 1990) v. 25(4) p. 507-21. CODEN: ATQAAB [ISSN 0022-0272]
Classification: D36
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Understanding the Concept of "Division": Assessment Considerations. (English)
Exceptionality 11, No. 3, 177-89 (2003).
Classification: F36 D66
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Fourth-Grade Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Exceptional Students’ Concepts of Number Line. (English)
Except. Child. 67, No. 2, 199-210 (2001).
Classification: F42
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Arithmetic Performance of Students: Implications for Standards and Programming. (English)
Except. Child. 67, No. 3, 311-28 (2001).
Classification: C42
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Mathematics Curricula Frameworks: Goals for General and Special Education. (English)
Focus Learn. Probl. Math. 17, No. 2, 50-66 (1995).
Classification: D36
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Arithmetic Computation Performance of Students with Learning Disabilities: Implications for Curriculum. (English)
Learn. Disabil. Res. Pract. 13, No. 2, 68-74 (1998).
Classification: F36
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Item Mass and Complexity and the Arithmetic Computation of Students with Learning Disabilities. (English)
Learn. Disabil. (Pittsbg. PA) 8, No. 2, 97-107 (1997).
Classification: F46
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Preparing Teachers To Teach Mathematics to Students with Learning Disabilities. (English)
J. Learn. Disabil. 30, No. 2, 188-97 (1997).
Classification: B56
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Mathematics Assessment for Students with Mild Disabilities: An Exploration of Content Validity. (English)
Learn. Disabil. Q. 19, No. 2, 127-36 (1996).
Classification: D63
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Word Problem-Solving by Students with and without Mild Disabilities. (English)
Except. Child. 62, No. 5, 415-29 (1996).
Classification: F93
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Differences in Mathematics Performance between Students with Learning Disabilities and Students with Mild Retardation. (English)
Except. Child. 60, No. 6, 549-63 (1994).
Classification: D36
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