Outcomes

CDSP 101 COURSE OUTCOMES RUBRIC

CDSP 101 PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES conform to Robert Mager's model of POs by clearly stating: 
a) performance conditions, (b) demonstration of acquired skills, and (c) the criteria for successful performance.

*Disability Services Personnel (DSP)
**College Disability Services Personnel (CDSP) 

(1) DSP will describe key characteristics of dyscalculia and describe a typical MLD student in terms of their academic history, ACT and college placement scores, transcript evaluation, and personal narrative.

(2) DSP will effectively use the provided criteria for determining the legal validity of student documentation of math learning disability.

(3) DSP will efficiently use the provided decision tree to appropriately guide MLD students on:
      a) academic advising - career paths
      b) path to completing required math requirements OR
      c) path to obtaining a waiver of the required math classes  and / or
      d) path to obtaining a course substitution for the required math course(s)
      e) obtaining standard and individualized accommodations for use across the curriculum
      f) obtaining appropriate assistive technology to access the curriculum
      g) students'  pertinent legal rights, responsibilities, protections, and grievance procedures
      h) resources at the institution, state, and federal levels

4) DPS will use provided  BEST PRACTICES GUIDE to inform professors of appropriate programs for math learning disabled students.

5) DPS will use provided RESOURCES FOR STAFF & STUDENTS to guide instructors and students to free resources to aid in acquiring math skills and successfully navigating life with MLD. 

6) DSP will successfully demonstrate knowledge  of key competencies through 90% mastery of an  objective assessment covering: the history of dyscalculia, characteristics of dyscalculia, causes of dyscalculia, standard accommodations, best practices, applicable laws, student rights and responsibilities, pertinent case law, and institutional compliance.