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The special education teacher promotes students' performance in mathematics:
Knows how to use a variety of assessment methods to monitor the mathematical
understanding of students with disabilities and adapt mathematics instruction to address individual strengths and needs.
The special education teacher promotes students' performance in mathematics:
Knows how to provide mathematics instruction that is based on principles of
children's learning and development and that reflects recognition of common misconceptions and sources of error in mathematics.
The special education teacher promotes students' performance in mathematics:
Knows how individuals learn and develop mathematical skills, procedures, and
concepts.
The special education teacher promotes students' performance in mathematics:
Understands numbers, number systems and their structure, operations and algorithms, and quantitative reasoning, and uses various instructional
strategies and resources, including technology, to help students with
disabilities understand and apply related content and skills.
The special education teacher promotes students' performance in mathematics:
Understands patterns, relations, functions, and algebraic reasoning and
analysis, and uses various instructional strategies and resources, including
technology, to help students with disabilities understand and apply related content and skills.
The special education teacher promotes students' performance in mathematics:
Understands geometry, spatial reasoning, and measurement concepts and
principles, and uses various instructional strategies and resources, including
technology, to help students with disabilities understand and apply related content and skills.
The special education teacher promotes students' performance in mathematics:
Understands principles and applications of probability and statistics, and uses
various instructional strategies and resources, including technology, to help
students with disabilities understand and apply related content and skills.
The special education teacher promotes students' performance in mathematics:
Applies knowledge of methods, strategies, and resources for teaching students with disabilities to engage in mathematical reasoning and problem solving, apply mathematics in a variety of contexts, and communicate mathematically.