Using information from the website TouchMath®: How It Works and Chapter 5 in Sousa’s text, (How the Brain Learns Mathematics) explain how TouchMath and the game of Dominoes® can facilitate a deep understanding of basic mathematical operations.
Be sure to include multisensory applications, like using “audio input” while identifying number patterns, which can be found in the sample counting game at DreamBox.
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The processes of teaching and learning Mathematics can be very complex, however when the multisensory approach of understanding and conceptualizing Mathematics is utilized, it can bring tremendous clarity and understanding to the learning process and classroom environment (Sousa, 2008). Every student has an individualized learning profile which is individualized and specific to their learning preferences and this is why multisensory approaches and strategies such as Touch Math and Dominoes bring so much value to the classroom. Such learning innovations ...
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