Math Level Teaching Certification

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Teaching Level Practitioner in Multisensory Math: Level 1

ASDEC’s teaching level certification in Multisensory Math is designed for educational professionals working with students in the classroom as well as those who work with students in small groups or one-to-one.

Qualifications
Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.

Coursework: Two Courses Required

Practitioner Interns must complete two Required Courses (all ASDEC courses also qualify for Graduate Credit from Trinity University Washington):  The Multisensory Math I course only available through ASDEC and a Structured Literacy Course from an IMSLEC, O-G Academy or IDA Knowledge and Practice Accredited Institution.  The Multisensory Math I introductory course should be completed prior to beginning the practicum of teaching.

ASDEC Multisensory Math 1 (onsite or online): Must be completed prior to entering supervision practicum.

■      Complete in-class assignments during the coursework

■      Project- Lesson Plan & Materials

■      Video of new introduction demonstrating the CRA Instructional Sequence - 10 minutes

■      Reading Summaries - Readings will be available one week prior to class and recommended reading prior to day one.

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■       Complete Final Exam within 1 month of end of course

2. Structured Literacy Foundations (AOGPE Associate, IMSLEC Teaching Level or IDA Knowledge and Practice Aligned accredited course) Must be completed within 9 months of completing MSM 1 (can be completed prior to MSM 1): that includes multisensory principles of instruction and multisensory lesson plan design and implementation. Contact ASDEC for information about courses that meet this requirement.

Supervised Practicum

■          Complete 100 hours of classroom or individual teaching sessions

■          Meet with a supervisor monthly, virtually or in person-10 months

■          Submit 5 taped lessons 

■          Submit monthly lesson plans and materials as required to supervisor

■          Readings- determined by practicum candidate’s teaching level and needs

■          Complete written summary

■          Creation of a professional portfolio 

SUMMER PRACTICUM: Optional – interns earn two months of supervision credit without fee.

Assist Certified MSM Instructor in daily MSM lessons for three-four week summer math camp. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • ·       Developing and Implementing a minimum of two lessons;
  • ·       Two completed observations

Teaching Level Practitioner in Multisensory Math: Level 2

Complete All requirements for Level 1 Practicum Plus

Coursework:  Multisensory Math 2

Practicum:

■          Complete 150 hours of classroom or individual teaching sessions- including evidence of instruction in each domain over a 15- month period

■          Meet with a supervisor monthly, virtually or in person-15 months

■           Complete 8 observations with feedback

■          Three live or video conference (if possible) with live and written feedback, 3-4 video with written feedback

■          Submit lesson plans and materials to supervisor

■          Readings- determined by practicum candidate’s teaching level and needs

■      Complete written summary

■       Creation of a professional portfolio 

SUMMER PRACTICUM: Optional – interns earn two months of supervision credit without fee

Assist Certified MSM Instructor in daily MSM lessons for three-four week summer math camp. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • ·       Developing and Implementing a minimum of two lessons;
  • ·       Two completed observations



 
 


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