I am a Resource Math teacher and all my classes are designed for children with special needs who have IEP's. I am very aware of your student's learning difficulties and I have a classroom that has many extra helps built in to encourage success in math. To this end I teach four different levels of math: Grade Levels Three, Four, Five and Six. Adequate time is provided in class and your student should be able to complete his or her assignment in class. However if your child wants to correct a very poor assignment for a better grade, or make-up an incomplete assignment, they may need to take that work home. So don't expect daily homework in math, but occasionally your student may need to do some work at home. I do suggest you to do daily practice at home with your student for math facts and more importantly doing real-life math story problems at home as they present themselves. We want students to begin to see that math is not just something we do at school but something that we do in real-life.
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