Adaptations & Modifications of Mathematics
Course Duration: 12 hours - 3 hours
Numeracy is a core skill that children need to attain during primary and secondary schooling.
At the Primary level, teachers should use different methods and approaches when teaching mathematics, since the students' capabilities vary.
This diversity is institutionally acknowledged by the existence of the Maths support team within the Department of Curriculum. This team aims to aid students since “no single textbook or scheme can ever be the only resource used in class to be able to provide a quality mathematics education.” (Casha Sammut)
With all of this in mind, LSEs are required to know these different methodologies. In collaboration with the teacher, they should provide opportunities for students to explore the world of numeracy and mathematics at their own pace.
Understanding Malta’s Early Years Curriculum
Creating strategies and resources
Dealing with mathematics anxiety
Mathematics and dyscalculia, dysgraphia and other learning difficulties
During this module, our students will:
Analyse the syllabus and determine the mathematical skills and concepts that children need to learn.
Learn how to design math lessons that truly aid children with dyscalculia.
Learn how to work in a team to develop useful teaching materials.
Learn how to use technology to teach mathematics.
Identify different modes of teaching mathematics
Learn how to utilise these strategies and methodologies to benefit the student.
Learn how to adapt activities according to the child’s needs and skills, especially if the child has dyscalculia, dysgraphia or any other learning difficulty.
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