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Response to Intervention,Five Strands of Mathematical Proficiency NRC 2002. 1 Understanding Comprehending mathematical Conceptual. concepts operations and relations knowing what Knowledge. mathematical symbols diagrams and procedures, 2 Computing Carrying out mathematical procedures Procedural. such as adding subtracting multiplying and dividing. numbers flexibly accurately efficiently and Knowledge. appropriately,3 Applying Being able to formulate problems. mathematically and to devise strategies for solving Metacognition. them using concepts and procedures appropriately,4 Reasoning Using logic to explain and justify a. solution to a problem or to extend from something Synthesis. known to something less known, 5 Engaging Seeing mathematics as sensible useful Motivation.
and doable if you work at it and being willing to do. Source National Research Council 2002 Helping children learn mathematics Mathematics Learning Study Committee J Kilpatrick J. Swafford Editors Center for Education Division of Behavioral Social Sciences Education Washington DC National Academy Press 2. www interventioncentral org,Response to Intervention. Students with Math Learning Disabilities The,It is estimated that students with learning. disabilities LD and deficits in mathematics,competencies range from 5 to 7 of the. school age population Gersten et al p 1202, Source Gersten R Chard D J Jayathi M Baker S K Morphy P Flojo J 2009 Mathematics instruction for students with. learning disabilities A meta analysis of instructional components Review of Educational Research 79 1202 1242. www interventioncentral org 3,National Assessment ofResponse to Intervention.
Educational Progress Mathematics,2011 Student Sample 26 200. Level Description Students,Proficient Represents solid academic performance. for each grade assessed Students reaching 35,this level have demonstrated competency. over challenging subject matter including,subject matter knowledge application of. such knowledge to real world situations,and analytical skills appropriate to the.
subject matter,Basic Denotes partial mastery of prerequisite. knowledge and skills that are fundamental 38,for proficient work at each grade. Below Basic Falls below basic as defined above,www interventioncentral org. Response to Intervention,2008 National Math Advisory Panel Report Findings. Teachers regular use of formative assessments can improve student. learning in mathematics, Instructional practice should be informed by high quality research.
when available and by the best professional judgment and. experience of accomplished classroom teachers, The belief that children of particular ages cannot learn certain content. because they are too young or not ready has consistently been. shown to be false, Explicit instruction for students who struggle with math is effective in. increasing student learning, Teachers should understand how to provide clear models for solving. a problem type using an array of examples offer opportunities for. extensive practice encourage students to think aloud and give. specific feedback, Source National Math Panel Fact Sheet March 2008 Retrieved on August 15 2012 from. http www2 ed gov about bdscomm list mathpanel report factsheet pdf. www interventioncentral org 5,Response to Intervention.
What Works,Clearinghouse Practice,Guide Assisting Students. Struggling with,Mathematics Response to,Intervention RtI for. Elementary and Middle,http ies ed gov ncee wwc,This publication provides 8. recommendations for effective,core instruction in mathematics. www interventioncentral org,Response to Intervention.
Assisting Students Struggling with Mathematics RtI for Elementary. Middle Schools 8 Recommendations,Recommendation 1 Screen all. students to identify those at risk for,potential mathematics difficulties and. provide interventions to students,identified as at risk. Recommendation 2 Instructional,materials for students receiving. interventions should focus intensely on,in depth treatment of whole numbers in.
kindergarten through grade 5 and on,rational numbers in grades 4 through 8. www interventioncentral org 7,Response to Intervention. Assisting Students Struggling with Mathematics RtI for Elementary. Middle Schools 8 Recommendations Cont,Recommendation 3 Instruction during. the intervention should be explicit and,systematic This includes providing. models of proficient problem solving,verbalization of thought processes.
guided practice corrective feedback,and frequent cumulative review. Recommendation 4 Interventions,should include instruction on solving. word problems that is based on,common underlying structures. www interventioncentral org 8,Response to Intervention. Assisting Students Struggling with Mathematics RtI for Elementary. Middle Schools 8 Recommendations Cont,Recommendation 5 Intervention.
materials should include opportunities,for students to work with visual. representations of mathematical ideas,and interventionists should be. proficient in the use of visual,representations of mathematical ideas. Recommendation 6 Interventions at,all grade levels should devote about 10. minutes in each session to building,fluent retrieval of basic arithmetic facts.
www interventioncentral org 9,Response to Intervention. Assisting Students Struggling with Mathematics RtI for Elementary. Middle Schools 8 Recommendations Cont,Recommendation 7 Progress should. be monitored for students receiving,supplemental instruction intervention. and other students who are at risk,Recommendation 8 Tier 2 3 math. interventions should include,motivational strategies to energize and.
engage reluctant learners,www interventioncentral org 10. Response to Intervention,How Do We Reach Low Performing Math. Students Instructional Recommendations, Important elements of math instruction for low performing. Providing teachers and students with data on student. performance,Using peers as tutors or instructional guides. Providing clear specific feedback to parents on their. children s mathematics success, Using principles of explicit instruction in teaching math.
concepts and procedures p 51, Source Baker S Gersten R Lee D 2002 A synthesis of empirical research on teaching mathematics to low. achieving students The Elementary School Journal 103 1 51 73. www interventioncentral org 11,Response to Intervention. Math Interventions,Incremental Rehearsal,Cover Copy Compare. Math Facts,Peer Tutoring in Math,Computation With,Constant Time Delay. Customized Math Self,Correction Checklists,www interventioncentral org 12.
Response to Intervention,The Importance of Math Fact Mastery. Math fact mastery permits students to shift valuable. cognitive capacity away from simple calculations toward. higher level problem solving Gersten Jordan Flojo,2005 National Mathematics Advisory Panel 2008. An important goal for schools is to ensure that students. are proficient in math facts by the end of grade 5. Kroesbergen Van Luit 2003 to better prepare them,for the demanding middle school math curriculum. www interventioncentral org 13,Response to Intervention. Math Review Incremental Rehearsal of Math Facts,4 x 5 2 x 6 5 x 5.
Step 1 The tutor writes,down on a series of index,cards the math facts that the 3 x 2 3 x 8 5 x 3. student needs to learn The,problems are written without. 6 x 5 9 x 2 3 x 6,the answers,8 x 2 4 x 7 8 x 4,9 x 7 7 x 6 3 x 5. www interventioncentral org 14,Response to Intervention. Math Review Incremental Rehearsal of Math Facts,KNOWN Facts UNKNOWN Facts.
Step 2 The tutor reviews,the math fact cards with 4 x 5 2 x 6 3 x 8. the student Any card,that the student can,answer within 2 seconds 3 x 2 5 x 3 9 x 2. is sorted into the,KNOWN pile Any card,3 x 6 8 x 4 5 x 5. that the student cannot,answer within two,seconds or answers 6 x 5 4 x 7 8 x 2. incorrectly is sorted into,the UNKNOWN pile,9 x 7 7 x 6 3 x 5.
Math fact mastery permits students to shift valuable cognitive capacity away from simple calculations toward higher level problem solving Gersten Jordan amp Flojo 2005 National Mathematics Advisory Panel 2008 An important goal for schools is to ensure that students are proficient in math facts by the end of grade 5

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