Online course offerings for Fall 2018:
Our interactive online courses are designed to accommodate working professionals. Coursework is immediately applicable in classrooms and assignments involve working with students. The workload is manageable and includes live virtual learning sessions spread throughout the semester as well as asynchronous discussions. See our available course offerings below.
Creating Accessible Mathematics Classrooms
Registration/application deadline is August 31
Supporting students with disabilities in mathematics can be enhanced by developing teachers’ mathematical content and pedagogical knowledge. This course will broaden teachers’ understanding of universal design for learning, EDC accessibility strategies, and the implementation of effective instructional routines. The course will also review the history of the disability rights movement with a lens on mathematics education and the importance of respecting neurodiversity. Participants in the course will leave with specific skills and strategies they can implement in their own educational settings.
Andrew teaches math at the Cooke Center Academy, a school for students with disabilities in lower Manhattan, New York City. He is also working with Illustrative Mathematics to create accessibility for students with disabilities to the Open Up Resources middle school mathematics curriculum. He has also contributed to publications such as: NCTM’s Math Tasks to Talk About Blog, Becoming the Math Teacher You Wish You’d Had, and the Global Math Department Newsletter. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org. He tweets at @bkdidact.
He is currently interested in the diversity of the learning process for each individual student as well as working towards equitable access for all students to the highest quality mathematics instruction.
Access to course Moodle page begins on September 5
Live sessions are scheduled on the following dates: 9/13, 10/11, 11/8, 12/13
All live online sessions are scheduled from 6:30 – 8:30 PM ET
Final assignment due by 12/20
Option 1: Non-credit – $549
Participants will receive a letter of completion indicating 30 hours of work. This is equivalent to 45 PDPs or 3 CEUs. You can register for the non-credit version here: Non-Credit Registration
Option 2: For credit – $1,362
Participants will receive 2 graduate credits from Mount Holyoke College. These are MTHED (Math Ed) credits. Participants seeking the credit option need to first complete an application so we can add you to the college system. Here are the application instructions: MHC Application Instructions. You can access the online application here: MHC Application. Use the code DIRREF18 to waive the application fee. Also, if you would like any support completing the application, we are happy to help. Contact Janet at 413-538-2063 or email@example.com.