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Number Skills for Individuals with Down Syndrome - An Overview - PDF eBook

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The Number Skills for Individuals with Down Syndrome - An Overview - PDF eBook is an electronic version of this book published in 2001 and is intended for individuals with Down syndrome to teach them and help the enhance their number skills curriculum. This eBook presents an overview of what is understood about development of number skills for people with Down syndrome. Reviewing the available research, effective teaching techniques, and strategies for promoting the development of number skills are identified.

This book reviews the small amount of research available on the development of number and math skills in individuals with Down syndrome from childhood to adult life. It provides guidance to expected rates of achievement, but emphasizes how little is known about the number and math abilities of children with Down syndrome. Noting that, while many children with Down syndrome currently have limited skills in this area, others can do algebra, the book identifies the principles that should guide the teaching of number and the math curriculum. Advice offered is based on the evidence currently available on learning in typically developing children and the specific learning profile of children with Down syndrome.

This book is designed to be read in conjunction with other books in the Down Syndrome Issues and Information series. In particular, it is complemented by the practical activities and advice provided in Number Skills for Infants with Down SyndromeNumber Skills for Children with Down Syndrome and Number Skills for Teenagers with Down Syndrome.

Down Syndrome Issues and Information is a series of practical and informative books covering the full range of developmental, health, and social issues relating to individuals with Down syndrome. The books have been written by some of the world's leading experts and are based on years of research and hands-on experience.  
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The content of this eBook edition is the same as in the original print edition first published in 2001.

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Number Skills for Individuals with Down Syndrome - An Overview - PDF Ebook

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Down Syndrome Education USA recognizes individual special education needs and is about helping children with down syndrome meet their potential. They recognize the variety of delays and difficulties children with down syndrome face and they develop more appropriate teaching aids for them coinciding with current research to encourage these children to live more fulfilling and rewarding lives. Their mission is to improve developmental and educational outcomes for children with Down syndrome. They focus on delivering measurable improvements in speech and language, reading and literacy, and number and math skills, memory and cognition, social development and educational attainment. Their scientific research advances understanding of the children’s development and learning difficulties and evaluates new teaching approaches. Their services and specialist resources empower families, teachers and therapists with the knowledge and tools needed to offer children with Down syndrome highly effective support. Down Syndrome Education USA is an independent nonprofit organization, incorporated in California. It was founded in 2008 to work alongside Down Syndrome Education International.
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