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  1. Teaching Mathematics to Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students: A Few Best Practices at the Secondary Level DeafTEC is supported by the National Science Foundation under award number DUE -1104229

  2. Cooperative Learning Groups • Ideas for mixed groups of hearing and Deaf/HH students in a college math course • http://deaftec.org/resources/math/cooperative-learning-groups

  3. Instructor Resources:Word Problem Analysis • The “Form” • Activity- post a problem • Use the form • http://deaftec.org/resources/math/links

  4. Voice Thread • Web-based application that allows you to have group conversations around images, documents, and videos • Activity • http://www.voicethread.com

  5. Dictionaries • ASL Math dictionaries • http://www.tsdvideo.org/ • Illustrated Math dictionaries • https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/18588361/Misc/Illustrated%20Maths%20Dictionary%204th.pdf • Vocabulary A-Z • http://www.vocabularya-z.com • Discussion

  6. Math Video Resources • Mathematical procedures written out numerically and explained in ASL (captioned) • Discussion • http://deaftec.org/resources/math/self-instruction

  7. Last but not the least… • Document Camera (ELMO or Ladibug) • Notes (Powerpoint) • Interactive board (SMARTBoard or E-Beam) • Laptops • Whiteboard (Wall sized or pocket size) • Others??

  8. DeafTECwebsite http://deaftec.org/resources/math Updates- http://edeafmath.blogspot.com/