Math Made Simple for Students with Learning Disabilities
3 Graduate Level or In-service Credits/ 45 Hours Instructor: Jennifer Crispo December 17- January 17, May 1-30, August 1-30, March 1-30, May 1-30
University of the Pacific PEDC 9079
Adams State University
Teaching math to a classroom of diverse learners can be challenging task. This course will help general and special educators create meaningful math lessons that promote success for children with math learning disabilities. You will be provided with valuable strategies that help build stronger math fluency, comprehension, word problem, and test preparation skills. You will learn simple yet creative ideas that will help your students become proficient at memorizing, retaining, and applying math processes. This course provides useful resources such as educational websites, I Pad applications, Smart Board activities, on-line math games, and printable activities that you can immediately use in your classroom. Most importantly, upon completion of this class, you will have a greater understanding of how children with math learning disabilities learn best and what you can do as an educator to foster your students’ success. This course connects educators with resources that support the new Common Core Curriculum and is appropriate for general and special educators that teach grades K-12.
Upon registering for Adams State Graduate Level Credit students will be sent a link to pay 165.00 directly to Adams State to receive this credit.
December 17- January 17, May 1-30, August 1-30, March 1-30, May 1-30