Paolo Martena, Luca Mazzara


The study of Mathematics is difficult for most of the pupils, especially for students with special needs. However, learning of this subject is easy for everyone if it is connected to reality. In this article, the authors discuss this important issue, which is essential for the contemporary school of the inclusion.


Lo studio della matematica risulta difficile per la maggior parte degli alunni e, in particolare per coloro che presentano bisogni educative speciali. Tuttavia, l’apprendimento di questa disciplina può risultare spontaneo e semplice per chiunque se essa è connessa al mondo reale. In questo articolo gli autori discutono questa importante tematica che è essenziale per la scuola inclusiva contemporanea.


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bisogni educative speciali, matematica, percezione della numerosità, cardinalità, ordinalità


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