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    Columbia College
  Dec 15, 2017
Graduate Catalog 2017-2018
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EDUC 514 - Teaching Mathematics to Students with Special Needs 3 hours

This course is designed to provide specific theories and strategies of teaching mathematics to children with special needs. Techniques of remediation and intervention in math instruction at various ability levels are discussed. There is a strong application component to this course. Developmentally-appropriate practices are presented. This course is specifically designed for teachers of children with mild/moderate disabilities. Prerequisites: Graduate standing, EDUC 358, EDUC 359 or EDUC 360; and admission to the Teacher Certification Program or full MAT or M.Ed. status.

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