The disability resource center offers three classes that may be of interest to students with learning disabilities or basic skills in English reading, writing and math.
This course is designed for students with average or above average ability lavel, and includes:
This is an intensive individualized course offering learning strategies and instructional intervention for students who have difficulty learning English concepts despite traditional methods of instruction. This course is designed and monitored by the learning disabilities program instructor to develop the perceptual skills needed to improve reading and spelling. This course may be taken twice for credit, and includes:
This course is designed for students with disabilities who have difficulty learning mathematics through traditional modes of instruction. The emphasis is on assisting students with learning disabilities to prepare for college-level mathematics. It offers individualized, self-paced instruction based upon students’ current skills and educational goals. This course may be taken four times for credit, and includes: