Curricular and assessment areas essential to math development for students with disabilities. Development, adaptation of curricula and assessment in elementary and secondary education for students with mild, moderate, and severe disabilities. Prerequisite: Special Education Graduate Student or Instructor permission.
Open to Graduate or CDE students; Course has online component--dates TBA
Through the lens of best mathematical practices, this course addresses the development numeracy dispositions, and evidence-based instructional practices for students with disabilities. Students will develop an understanding of various theories of numeracy, literacy and current, evidence-based practices for the purpose of planning/delivering effective instruction and designing lesson plans for learners with a range of individual differences (incl. cultural and linguistic) Students will use a variety of numeracy/literacy curriculum-based assessment tools for the purpose of addressing individual student needs in reading, writing, and mathematics.
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