It is well known by educators and researchers that students with a Specific Learning Disability (SLD) often do not make adequate progress when using traditional instructional methods (Whinnery & Stecker, 1992). Therefore, teachers must experiment with different techniques in order to help these students succeed. Many educational models and interventions have been introduced recently in an effort to help increase the level of math performance of at-risk and SLD students. The current metaanalysis study was conducted to determine the effects of instruction and strategy implementation on increasing mathematics and computation skills for students with learning problems and Specific Learning Disabilities. The results indicated that instruction and strategy implementation can increase mathematics computation skills for students with diagnosed Specific Learning Disabilities.
Education | Psychology
Roehm, Natalie, "The Effects of Instruction and Strategy Implementation on Increasing Mathematics Computation Skills for Students with Learning Problems: A Meta-Analysis" (2003). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 564.