Foundations of Math: Teaching Students with Significant Disabilities
Days 1-2: August 5-6, 2020
Day 3: September 23, 2020
Days 4-5: October 13-14, 2020
Dr. Chris Cain (Mars Hill University, North Carolina), co-developer of this course, is a dynamic presenter who is passionate about students with special needs and those who work with them.
August 5-6, 2020
September 23, 2020
October 13-14, 2020
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Math Made Possible for Everyone
Alt+Shift, encompassing Michigan's Integrated Mathematics Initiative, is pleased to offer the 5-day course, "Foundations of Math: Teaching Students with Significant Disabilities." This course, developed in partnership with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, will provide participants an opportunity to:
- build deep foundational content and pedagogical knowledge
- learn how to make solid instructional choices that positively impact students
- connect procedures used in mathematics to conceptual understanding
- build mathematical understanding & accurately assess learning for a range of learners
This course is designed to develop educators' knowledge of the mathematics they teach by seeing it through the lens of a well-delineated number sense. This course focuses on research and practice that addresses the unique instructional challenges of teaching mathematics to students with significant disabilities, and provides teachers with the mathematical understanding needed to provide coherent, consistent mathematics instruction.
Dr. Cain will present a way of understanding and teaching mathematics to struggling students - from building the understanding of number to developing understanding of function - that will challenge and enhance teachers' current thinking about mathematics education.
For more information about this course, visit the Foundations of Math: Teaching Students with Significant Disabilities professional learning opportunity on our website.
Who Should Attend?
- Educators responsible for the mathematics education of students with significant disabilities
- Teachers, principals, local district administrators, ISD administrators etc. are invited to attend
- Multi-disciplinary teams are encouraged to participate
Registration Fee: $75.00
The registration fee is due before the beginning of training. The only form of payment accepted is check. Please make checks payable to Clinton County RESA.
Submit Payment To:
Attn: Cheryl Barry
1037 S. US Highway 27
St Johns, MI 48879
If you have questions regarding your registration or payment, please contact Cheryl Barry by email at [email protected].
Fairfield Inn and Suites Lansing at Eastwood
3320 Preyde Blvd
Lansing, MI 48912
Block Deadline Information:
August 2020 (Book by July 14, 2020)
September 2020 (Book by August 30, 2020)
October 2020 (Book by September 20, 2020)