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Quick View: Virtual Manipulatives

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Standards: Make Sense of Problems • Reason Abstractly • Model with Mathematics • Use Appropriate Tools Strategically
In the past, most classrooms only had physical manipulatives. Today, more classrooms have improved access to computers and the Internet. As a result, virtual manipulatives are becoming more common....

UDL Guideline 2: Provide options for language, mathematical expressions, and symbols

Tools and Templates
Standards: Attend to Precision • Model with Mathematics
Information, examples, and resources that support teaching of key math terms, symbols, syntax, and notations. UDL Guideline 2 offers a variety of strategies to help students think more carefully...

UDL Guidelines -- Guideline 3: Provide options for comprehension

Tools and Templates
Standards: Model with Mathematics • Make Use of Structure
Constructing knowledge from information is an active process that requires teachers to provide scaffolds to ensure all learners have access to knowledge. UDL Guideline 3 provides information,...

Using Technology to Support Struggling Students: Visualization, Representation and Modeling

Standards: Model with Mathematics • Reason Abstractly
In an increasingly complex world, all students need to be scientifically literate. While some students may go on to pursue advanced careers in the sciences, basic scientific literacy is critical for...

Using Virtual Manipulatives in Your Math Classroom

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Standards: Reason Abstractly • Model with Mathematics • Use Appropriate Tools Strategically
The use of manipulatives in math instruction can help you in addressing the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice. Virtual manipulatives provide new ways for students and teachers grasp...