Mathematics instruction for students with learning disabilities: Applied examples using virtual manipulatives


Technology has changed the practices related to teaching and learning mathematics in schools. The demand for learning mathematics in virtual environments is increasing in the 21st-century classroom. There has been widespread expansion of the use of technology in education. This column reviews three types of instruction—synchronous, asynchronous, and blended instruction—and provides applied examples regarding the use of virtual manipulatives in teaching mathematics to students with learning disabilities.

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