Using Hypermedia to Improve the Mathematics Problem-Solving Skills of Students with Learning Disabilities
Journal of Learning Disabilities Volume 29, Number 4, ISSN 0022-2194
This article reviews current knowledge about using computers to teach problem-solving skills to students with learning disabilities (LD). It presents the case for use of hypermedia to improve students' mathematics problem-solving abilities. Specific suggestions are given for applying hypermedia to cognitive strategy instruction and the graduated word problem sequence. (Author/DB)
Babbitt, B.C. & Miller, S.P. (1996). Using Hypermedia to Improve the Mathematics Problem-Solving Skills of Students with Learning Disabilities. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 29(4), 391-401.
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