Using Technology to Build Math Fact Fluency for Learning Disabled Students and Their Non-Disabled Peers.
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Master of Education (MEd)
Significant numbers of students enter sixth grade without basic math fact fluency. Using quantitative methods, this research examined the math fact fluency of learning disabled students and their non-disabled peers using a program known as Fluency and Automaticity through Systematic Teaching with Technology (FASTT Math). Participants in this research were sixth grade students. This classroom community consisted of 40 students and 8 of those students had an Individual Education Plan (IEP) for math. Data was collected and analyzed on weekly basis with students who used the FASTT Math program 3 times per week.
Cloutier, Kelley, "Using Technology to Build Math Fact Fluency for Learning Disabled Students and Their Non-Disabled Peers." (2017). M.S.Ed. in Educational Leadership Research Projects. 21.