UDL Guidelines -- Checkpoint 6.2 Support planning and strategy development

An important skill for students in any content area, and especially in math, is the ability to think aloud and demonstrate how they arrived at an answer. UDL Checkpoint 6.2's examples, resources, and research help teachers support students in thinking aloud and developing plans, including the tools they will use, for solving math problems.
Tools and Templates
Common Core State Standards: 
Use Appropriate Tools Strategically
Construct Viable Arguments
Instructional Strategies: 
Thinking Aloud
Supporting Struggling Students: 
Universal Design for Learning

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