National University




SPD636 Teaching 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. Candidates will develop skill in planning and evaluating curriculum, methods, techniques, strategies, materials and media for teaching students. 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.

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.
  • Design evidence based curriculum and instruction to teach basic literacy skills (listening, speaking, reading, writing) to K-12 students with M/M disabilities.
  • Design evidence based curriculum and instruction to teach reading to adolescence students with M/M disabilities.
  • Design 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.