program

This webinar will use Zoom.

This webinar will run from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm ET / 7:00 am - 9:00 am PT on October 29, 2022 for a total of 2 credit hours.

For those who cannot attend the live webinar on October 29 a recording of the webinar will be available for a week following the live webinar. CE credit is only available for live attendance.

Children with math learning disabilities and math difficulties often leave teachers feeling “stumped” when instructional strategies that work for most children are unproductive with children with learning disabilities. Children with math learning disabilities and math difficulties often have knowledge and skill weaknesses in math that are chronic and persistent. In order for students with math learning disabilities to be successful with learning, understanding, and applying mathematical concepts, teachers need to be aware of and use evidence-based practices in math. This webinar will introduce participants to the effective, evidence-based practices in math for students with learning disabilities. The session will also include a discussion of common challenges that children with math learning disabilities and difficulties face and how to support these children in learning math at any grade level.
 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Participants will be able to:

  • Describe common challenges that children with math learning disabilities and math difficulties have;
  • Understand how to identify and locate resources related to evidence-based practices in math for children with learning disabilities
  • Describe evidence-based practices in math to support learning across math domains.
  • Create learning activities that incorporate evidence-based practices in math for students with learning disabilities.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This seminar is applicable to K-12 general and special education teachers, and math coaches and interventionists.
 

WORKSHOP LEADER
 

NelsonGena Nelson, PhD is an Assistant Research Professor at the Center on Teaching and Learning at the University of Oregon, where she conducts research focused on mathematics interventions, special education, and collaborating with families. Dr. Nelson is the principal investigator of a National Science Foundation grant where she is investigating effective practices that parents can use in the home learning environment to increase children’s math understanding. Gena’s research interests stem from her previous experiences as a high school math special education teacher, special education technical assistance facilitator for school districts and state departments of education, and faculty member in a special education teacher preparation program.