Ensuring Access to the General Education Curriculum in Mathematics. Goals of the Session. Use NCSC mathematics resources to add supports and accommodations to a gen ed lesson for students with significant cognitive disabilities.
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Ensuring Access to the General Education Curriculum in Mathematics
4a. Determine individual student barriers to accessing the instruction, participating in instructional activities, and demonstrating learning.
5. Determine supports for SCD.
6. Use NCSC curriculum and instructionalresources.
Step1: Identify the grade level content standard(s) in the gen ed lesson.
Step 2: Identify the student outcomes and learning objectives in the gen ed lesson.
Step 3: Determine Strand, Instructional Families, and grade level CCCs related to the standard(s) and learning objectives.
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Step 4: Identify the instructional activities for All students.
Step 4a: Determine individual studentbarriers to accessing instruction, participating in activities, and demonstrating learning.
Examples of Additional Considerations for Emerging Readers and Communicators
Step 5: Determine student supports.
Step 6: Use NCSC Curriculum and InstructionalResources.
Let’s Practice!
Begin with a Gen Ed Lesson
Step 1: Identify the grade level content Standard(s).
Step 2: Identify student outcomes or learning objectives in the gen ed lesson.
Students will be able to:
Step 3:
Determine the Strand, Instructional Families, and CCCs related to the Standard(s) and Learning Objectives.
Number Operations
Step 3: Strand, Instructional Families, and CCCsStrand: Patterns, Relations, and FunctionsInstructional Family: Problem Solving and Using VariablesGrade level CCCs:6.PRF.1d1and 6.PRF.2a2 and 6.PRF.2a3
CCCs:
Core Content Connectors
Afterstudent grade level for stretch
From Learning Objectives:
From CCCs:
Step 4: List the instructional activities for ALL students.
Step 4a: Determine individual student barriers to accessing instruction, participating in activities, and demonstrating learning.
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Step 5: Determine access supports needed for SCD.
Step 6: Use InstructionalResources.
4a. Determine individual student barriers to accessing the instruction, participating in instructional activities, and demonstrating learning.
5. Determine supports for SCD.
6. Use NCSC curriculum and instructionalresources.
Viewing students through the lens of a disability label may increase the likelihood of misjudging capabilities and bar some students from opportunities to learn what other students their age are learning
with materials and activities?
Ensuring Access to the General Education Curriculum