C.I.U Wheel : A Technique to build the Skill of Identifying and Remembering Round Number Symbols 1 to 9 in Slow Learners (1 - 25)

  • Siti Farhana Muhd Ridzwan
  • Mahaliza Mansor
Keywords: Special education mathematics, identifying, remembering, learning difficulties, learning through playing

Abstract

This study was conducted to identify the skills of recognizing and remembering the whole numbers 1 to 9 via the C.I.U in one primary school at Sungai Petani town. The participant in this study is a boy who is slow learner. The findings from the initial interview and written test showed that the participant was unable to recognize and remember the symbol of whole numbers. The research design used in Kurt Lewin’s (1946) action research model. The data was collected through observation, document analysis and assessments. The findings showed that there is an improvement in the skills of identifying and remembering whole numbers from 1 to 9 based on the intervention conducted. The findings also affirmed that the C.I.U. wheel is an effective tool help slow learners to acquire the skill of identifying and remembering whole number.

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Published
2019-06-20
How to Cite
Muhd Ridzwan, S. F., & Mansor, M. (2019). C.I.U Wheel : A Technique to build the Skill of Identifying and Remembering Round Number Symbols 1 to 9 in Slow Learners (1 - 25). Asian Education Action Research Journal, 3(1), 1-25. Retrieved from https://ejournal.upsi.edu.my/index.php/AEARJ/article/view/2550