The sensory aspects of the courses would be beneficial to any child; the information that is shared is priceless.
— Jean, WA
People use math in many ways: to tell time, find an address, make change or count calories. Math is also useful when balancing a checkbook, measuring ingredients or taking medication. This course teaches how to add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers and fractions. Throughout the course, the student has opportunities to apply these skills to real-life situations. The goal of this course is to enable the student to develop the math skills needed for daily living and further studies.
Note: The braille version of this course introduces students to the Nemeth Code, which is the braille code used for mathematics and science.
Course: MTH-101, Media: B, LP, Lessons: 12