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# Math CAMPPP 2012

Math CAMPPP 2012. Breakout Session 3 Gr. 9-12. 1. Session Goals. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss and explore: the cognitive processes, and how they impact students with learning disabilities

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## Math CAMPPP 2012

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1. Math CAMPPP 2012 Breakout Session 3 Gr. 9-12 1

2. Session Goals Participants will have the opportunity to discuss and explore: • the cognitive processes, and how they impact students with learning disabilities • strategies to increase success for students with learning disabilities (e.g. creating foldables)

3. Mingling to Music • Think of a specific student you have encountered who has a learning disability and finds learning particularly challenging. Which of the cognitive processes pose challenges for this student? How did that manifest itself in your classroom?

4. TIPS Lessons • Choose a TIPS lesson from the samples provided. Gr. 9 Applied - Proportions Gr. 10 Applied - Trigonometry Gr. 11 Workplace - Probability Gr. 11 Functions and Applications - Finance Gr. 12 Advanced Functions - Rational Functions

5. TIPS Lessons • Review the lesson to familiarize yourself with the content and tasks. • Review it again with the cognitive processes in mind, then: • suggest accommodations to better meet needs of students with learning disabilities • note accommodations already in place

6. Dinah Zike’s TeachingMathematics with Foldables “Foldables result in student-made study guides that are compiled as students listen for main ideas, read for main ideas, and work their way through new concepts and procedures.”

7. Create a “Foldable” • Select a template from the samples of “foldables” given. • Create a “foldable” related to your TIPS lesson to support students with learning disabilities.

8. Three-Tab Book • Fold a sheet of paper like a hot dog. • With the paper horizontal, and the fold of the hot dog up, fold the right side toward the center, trying to cover one half of the paper. • Fold the left side over the right side to make a book with three folds. • Open the folded book. Cut up the two valleys on the top side only. This will form three tabs. • Use this book for data occurring in threes.

9. Gallery Walk Take a few minutes to look at the foldables created. How might foldables help students with learning disabilities?

10. http://mathnmind.com/PDF%20Files/Pre-Algebra/dzf.pdf