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Emerging Trends in Mathematics Education for People with Down Syndrome: Current Research and Future Directions

By: Faragher, Rhonda.
Contributor(s): Clemente, Elena Gil.
Series: International Journal of Disability Development and Education 66 (2) March 2019: 111-118. 2019Subject(s): DOWN SYNDROME | INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | MATHEMATICS | NUMERACY | EDUCATION | GEOMETRYOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: In September 2017, a group of researchers met for the first conference devoted to the singular purpose of exploring the learning of mathematics by individuals with Down syndrome. This special issue is a result of that first meeting and identifies three emerging trends in the mathematics education of learners with Down syndrome: the goals, content, and pedagogy. Concludes by offering six areas requiring immediate future research in the field of mathematics and Down syndrome.
List(s) this item appears in: Down syndrome for teachers. Jan 2020
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In September 2017, a group of researchers met for the first conference devoted to the singular purpose of exploring the learning of mathematics by individuals with Down syndrome. This special issue is a result of that first meeting and identifies three emerging trends in the mathematics education of learners with Down syndrome: the goals, content, and pedagogy. Concludes by offering six areas requiring immediate future research in the field of mathematics and Down syndrome.

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