Here you will see students as young as 4 and 5 years old doing algebra and "advanced" math, without ever knowing it's supposed to be hard.
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Saturday, January 22, 2011

They Ask For It By Name

Here is a lesson with my Autistic student, she is coming along quite nicely. This screencast is abrivated and does not contain the pictures for the negative expresssions. If you want to see that screen cast it is available here, Crewton Ramone Playing With Negative Factors...you need a password. You can buy one at the house of math here. That same password also gets you into the PDF's page where you can download printable math worksheets.

If you just see the symbols it looks like the child is a genius, and people are even more amazed when I tell them the child is Autistic. Once you SEE what you are doing you can see how very young shildren can do these with ease after just a few sessions. This math is great for learning factoring, addends, multiplication, and intergers...


Here is the screencast on the overall lesson:




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