KINESTHETIC TEACHING MATERIALS FOR EQUAL INTEGRATION.
Math & Movement has many special education teaching methods and resources. These resources can help teachers to support all students. For the grades K-6 we have complete education packages. Each package comes with mats and kinesthetic materials for the specific grade level. The packages start with our Pre-K Curriculum and Early-Learning Programs. From there, they then go all the way up to 6th grade math and reading concepts. Students of all levels can learn key concepts through playing on the colorful floor mats. As a result of adding kinesthetic learning programs to your curriculum it can help to increase student success. Therefore, through these programs students can learn new concepts. Also, students can be physically active and have fun. Even more importantly, it allows them to learn how they learn best.
SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHING METHODS FOR YOUR SCHOOL.
Math and Movement’s kinesthetic special education teaching methods help to make it easier for all teachers and students. At times these teaching strategies can seem challenging for teachers to use in the classroom. Through our professional development workshops teachers can learn the best way to master these strategies for their classrooms. In addition to experience, each of the events provides the attendees with professional development credit. That way, teachers can see how our play-based teaching methods help students of all abilities. Movement based learning helps students focus on exploring new topics and learning new skills. By learning special education teaching methods, teachers can support all students.
CREATING KINESTHETIC IEP’S
IEP’s are crucial for growth and achievement. However, sometimes it can be hard to meet IEP goals. Students with IEPs may struggle because they are learning in a way that they find to be challenging. In most of the traditional classrooms teachers teach through just visual or auditory methods. Yet every classroom needs a balance of all three of the learning styles. For most of the time kinesthetic learners are forced to learn in a style that they do not prefer. This can put them at risk of dropping out. On the other hand, by learning in their preferred style it can increase their confidence and achievements. Math and Movement can also be used as a tool to measure their progress. In the end, students need a kinesthetic teaching approach to reach their learning goals and grow. It also sets them up to have fun and be excited about learning!