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Description

Research-Based Practices in Special Education, the book in which this chapter appears, is a collection of techniques shown to work for students with disabilities. The book aims to help practitioners, teacher educators, and policymakers combat the gap between research and practice. The chapters offer a consistent format, including definition of strategy, theoretical underpinnings, description, fidelity checklist, and research-based summaries. Sections cover a range of special education issues, including academic outcomes, behavior outcomes, assessment techniques, and special populations.

Citation

Bryant, D. P., Bryant, B. R., Williams, J. L., Kim, S. A., & Shin, M. (2012). Instructional practices for improving student outcomes in solving arithmetic combinations. In B. G. Cook & M. Tankersley (Eds.), Research-based practices in special education (pp. 61–72). New York, NY: Pearson.


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Published Date

2012

Topic

Mathematics Instruction
Special Education/Learning Disabilities

Type of Resource

Journal Article/Book Chapter

Audience

Researcher
Special Education Teacher

Grade Level

Elementary
Middle School