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Teaching Math to Students with Significant Disabilities. Review and Summary. Objectives. Review and update self-assessment Review and update Change of Practice Plan Report back. Training Goals.

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Teaching math to students with significant disabilities

Teaching Math to Students with Significant Disabilities

Review and Summary

2010 Region 3 Education Service Center / Texas A&M University


Objectives

Objectives

  • Review and update self-assessment

  • Review and update Change of Practice Plan

  • Report back

2010 Region 3 Education Service Center / Texas A&M University


Training goals

Training Goals

  • Increase teachers’ knowledge about updated evidence-based math instructional strategies for teaching students with significant disabilities

  • Bridge the gap between research evidence and teaching practice on effective math instructional strategies

  • Equip teachers with knowledge of implementation procedures and techniques for a range of math instructional strategies

  • Provide useful resources to assist teachers in teaching mathematics to students with significant disabilities

2010 Region 3 Education Service Center / Texas A&M University


Self assessment

Self-Assessment

Number, operation, and quantitative reasoning—The student models addition (joining) and subtraction (separating) (K.4)

2010 Region 3 Education Service Center / Texas A&M University


Change of practice plan

Change of Practice Plan

  • Determine which practices you will or will not change

  • Record new practices you will use

  • Record resources you’ll require to implement the intended change.

2010 Region 3 Education Service Center / Texas A&M University


Reporting back

Reporting Back

  • What is the most important change you plan to make?

  • What resources are most important for you to locate, gather, or acquire?

  • What were you already doing that is consistent with what you learned?

  • What was the most surprising or interesting thing you learned?

2010 Region 3 Education Service Center / Texas A&M University


Three goals

Three Goals

  • Teachers will be able to identify and describe four to five research-based instructional strategies

  • Teachers will be able to identify learning needs for students with significant disabilities and use appropriate instructional strategies

  • Teachers will be able to identify and locate different technological assistance and resources regarding teaching math skills to students with significant disabilities

2010 Region 3 Education Service Center / Texas A&M University


Thank you

Thank you!

2010 Region 3 Education Service Center / Texas A&M University


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