SPD436 Math/Writing for M/M

Course Description

This course provides an overview of the educational demands experienced by K-12 students with M/M disabilities in all settings. This course focuses on planning for instruction in two areas: written expression and mathematics. The course emphasizes learning strategies, study skills, and core vocabulary development as they relate to the IEP and accessing the general education curriculum. (NV TL: B VIII, X)

Learning Outcomes

  • Design evidence based instructional programs for M/M K-12 students in language arts and mathematics that facilitate access to the core curriculum.
  • Develop evidence based curriculum and instruction to teach basic literacy skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) to K-12 students with M/M disabilities.
  • Compose evidence based curriculum and instruction to teach reading to adolescent students with M/M disabilities.
  • Formulate evidence based curriculum and instruction to teach writing skills to K-12 students with M/M disabilities.
  • Design curriculum and instruction to teach mathematical computation, application, and problem solving skills to students with M/M disabilities.
  • Utilize evidence based technology applications in the design of instruction for students with M/M disabilities.