|Title:||The P scales Assessing the Progress of Children with Special Educational Needs|
|Keywords:||Special Educational Needs|
|Description:||it inevitable that children with special educational needs will be less successful in mathematics than their peers? Teachers know that pupils in special education have difficulty in meeting national standards and research evidence supports this view (OToole and O'Toole, 1989). As a consequence of their pupils' low achievement there has been an assumption that mainstream developments in mathematics teaching are not appropriate for special education.|
|Appears in Collections:||Special Needs|
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