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FCE Professor Invited to China to Present Project MIND

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Hui Fang Huang “Angie” Su, Ed.D., Associate Professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the Abraham S. Fischler College of Education, was invited to present Project MIND with a special focus on teaching mathematics to students with autism. The  project was presented to the faculty, graduate students, and administrators of East China Normal University in Shanghai. Additionally, she also spoke at the Chongqing Normal University in Chongqing, where Su presented STEM topics and Project MIND mathematics strategies to the graduate students, mathematics professors, and university administrators (Deans, department chairs, and Directors). At Chongqing Normal University the presentations were done at the School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.

Su created Project MIND – Math Is Not Difficult decades ago in 1988.  The unique program utilizes  innovative strategies and instructional models designed to get all students, including children with special needs, and teachers of all ability and grade levels excited about mathematics through games, stories, poems, songs, art, puzzles, mental math activities, and competitions for all children.

For more information on  Su and Project MIND, please visit:

https://education.nova.edu/faculty/hui-fang-angie-su.html

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