This book was written to assist Mathematics teachers, visually
impaired learners and sighted learners in inclusive settings.
Teachers will have to make their Mathematics lessons interesting,
functional, as well as collaborate with the parents of these
learners to achieve any meaningful learning in Mathematical
concepts.Parents of totally blind young learners will find this
book helpful in assisting their blind children learn mathematical
concepts in home settings. Social workers can also use this book as
their guide when handling young blind children who are learning
mathematical concepts. The book is useful to teacher training
colleges; on how to teach Mathematical concepts to totally blind
and the sighted learners; taking mathematics in inclusive settings.
Mathematics Curriculum developers for grades One to Three. At the
Kindergarten level the curriculum developers will find this book
resourceful in addressing the approaches and challenges of teaching
mathematical concepts to these learners.
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