... with Formative Assessments, Differentiation, and Games, Grades 3-5 Jennifer Taylor-Cox ... Intervention is in addition to high quality math instruction.
Author: Jennifer Taylor-Cox
Help all of your students reach success in math! This essential book, from bestselling author and consultant Jennifer Taylor-Cox, is filled with suggestions that teachers and RTI/MTSS specialists can use to target instruction for struggling students in grades 3-5. You’ll learn how to diagnose academic weaknesses, differentiate instruction, use formative assessments, offer corrective feedback, and motivate students with games and activities. The book’s practical features include... Directions for incorporating formative assessments; Explanations of successful strategies for intervention; Important math terms to use with students; Games for active learning with printable boards; Cognitive demand questions ranging from easy to complex; and Rigorous problems to help you gather pre and post data. In this enhanced second edition, you’ll find correlations to the Common Core throughout, as well as a variety of brand new, rigorous problems designed to mirror those on CCSS assessments. Bonus! The book is accompanied by free eResources on our website, www.routledge.com/9781138915695. These eResources include an Answer Key with Scoring Guide and a handy Progress Monitoring Tool that you can use to track each student’s growth, record notes, and share data with parents, administrators, and other educators. The eResources also contain printable versions of the games in the book so that you can easily download and print them for classroom use.
Useful for small groups or one-on-one instruction, this book offers successful math interventions and RTI connections.
Author: Jennifer Taylor-Cox
Useful for small groups or one-on-one instruction, this book offers successful math interventions and RTI connections. Teachers will learn to target math instruction to struggling students by: - Diagnosing weaknesses - Providing specific, differentiated instruction - Using formative assessments - Offering corrective feedback - Motivating students by using games Taylor-Cox emphasizes four main goals for math instructors. They must help students achieve: accuracy, efficiency, flexibility, and fluency in solving math problems. Integral to each of these goals is ensuring that students understand math concepts. Taylor-Cox writes, "When concepts are ignored and the focus is solely on rules and procedures, struggling students often develop misconceptions and learning gaps." Math Interventions: Building Number Power, Grades 3-5 provides math teachers with specific strategies for imparting those concepts.
... Games (Grades PreK-2) Jennifer Taylor-Cox Math Intervention: Building Number Power with Formative Assessments, Differentiation, and Games (Grades 3-5) ...
Author: Jennifer Taylor-Cox
Provide targeted mathematics instruction for every child. These books combine formative assessment with practical activities to differentiate the elementary classroom. The formative assessments include student work samples at varying levels. The authors... Illustrate the distinction between a "traditional" assessment and an "enhanced" assessment. Describe specific differentiated activities so each student may consistently receive instruction geared to specific need. Provide teachers with "Questions to Assess" to determine what each child understands about the math concept. Show how to move students to higher-level mathematics thinking and to apply math concepts. Include extension activities to offer challenging work for children who have achieved skill mastery level. Each activity states a goal, the materials needed, a description of the activity, as well as specific questions to ask students. The assessments and activities are aligned with the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and the expectations described by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. This resource will help teachers, principals, and curriculum directors identify students' levels of understanding about mathematics and provide concrete resources for remediation, instruction, and enrichment. These books are also an excellent resource for use during workshops and in-class observations.
Math Intervention, Grades 3–5, 2nd Edition: Building Number Power with Formative Assessments, Differentiation, and Games Jennifer Taylor-Cox Family Math ...
Author: Jennifer Taylor-Cox
Help all of your students reach success in math! This essential book, from bestselling author and consultant Jennifer Taylor-Cox, is filled with suggestions that teachers and RTI/MTSS specialists can use to target instruction for struggling students in PreK-2. You’ll find out how to diagnose academic weaknesses, differentiate instruction, use formative assessments, offer corrective feedback, and motivate students with games and activities. The book’s practical features include... Directions for incorporating formative assessments; Explanations of successful strategies for intervention; Important math terms to use with students; Games for active learning with printable boards; Cognitive demand questions ranging from easy to complex; and Rigorous problems to help you gather pre and post data. In this enhanced second edition, you’ll find correlations to the Common Core throughout, as well as a variety of brand new, rigorous problems designed to mirror those on CCSS assessments such as the PARCC and SBAC. Bonus! The book is accompanied by free eResources on our website, www.routledge.com/9781138915626. These eResources include an Answer Key with Scoring Guide and a handy Progress Monitoring Tool that you can use to track each student’s growth, record notes, and share data with parents, administrators, and other educators. The eResources also contain printable versions of the games in the book so that you can easily download and print them for classroom use.
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Publisher: Teacher Created Materials
Directly target key mathematical standards with this compact, easy-to-use, and engaging kit complete with focused lessons, flexible pacing plans, vocabulary-development activities, diagnostic tests, and differentiation strategies. This program provides content that stresses both procedural proficiency and conceptual understanding, aligning with Common Core State Standards. Targeted Mathematics Intervention: English Level K Complete Kit Includes: 30 standards-based lessons; a Teacher Resource Guide; a Student Guided Practice Book (single copy included; additional copies can be ordered); 30 Problem-Solving Activities (in digital and transparency formats); Game Boards; and digital resources (teacher resources, test preparation, problem-solving activities, and student reproducibles).
Author: r4Educated SolutionsPublish On: 2011-12-30
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Author: r4Educated Solutions
Publisher: Solution Tree Press
The purpose of Making Math Accessible to Students With Special Needs is to support everyone involved in mathematics education to become confident and competent with mathematics instruction and assessment so that 99% of students will be able to access enrolled grade-level mathematics. This resource is designed to actively engage readers through reflections and tasks in each chapter and can be used as a self-study professional development or as a group book study. Sample answers to tasks and reflections are found in the appendix, along with additional supports.
... Family Math Night 6–8, Second Edition Math Standards in Action Jennifer Taylor-Cox and Christine Oberdorf Math Intervention 3–5, Second Edition Building ...
Author: Jennifer Taylor-Cox
Host family math nights at your elementary school—starting today! Family math nights are a great way for teachers to get parents involved their children’s education and to promote math learning outside of the classroom. In this practical book, you’ll find step-by-step guidelines and activities to help you bring family math nights to life. The enhanced second edition is aligned with the Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Content and Practice with new activities to help students explain their answers and write about math. It also comes with ready-to-use handouts that you can distribute during your event. With the resources in this book, you’ll have everything you need to help students learn essential math concepts—including counting and cardinality; operations and algebraic thinking; numbers and operations in base ten; number and operations – fractions; measurement and data; and geometry—in a fun and supportive environment. Special Features: The book is organized by math content and grade band, so you can quickly find activities that meet your needs. Each activity is easy to implement and includes a page of instructions educators can use to prepare the station, as well as a page for families that explains the activity and can be photocopied and displayed at the station. All of the family activities can be photocopied or downloaded from our website, www.routledge.com/9781138915541, so that you can distribute them during your event.
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Author: Paul J. Riccomini
Publisher: Corwin Press
Boost academic achievement for all students in your mathematics classroom! This timely resource leads the way in applying RTI to mathematics instruction. The authors describe how the three tiers can be implemented in specific math areas and illustrate RTI procedures through case studies. Aligned with the NMAP final report and IES practice guide, this book includes: Intervention strategies for number sense, fractions, problem solving, and more Procedures for teaching math using systematic and explicit instruction for assessment, instructional planning, and evaluation Essential components to consider when designing and implementing RTI in mathematics
Addressing the Standards for Mathematical Practice in K–5 Jeanne White ... and Games, Grades PreK–2 Jennifer Taylor-Cox Math Intervention, 3–5, ...
Author: Jeanne White
Learn how children’s literature can help K–5 students see the real-life applications of mathematical concepts. This user-friendly book shows how to use stories to engage students in building critical reasoning, abstract thinking, and communication skills, all while helping students understand the relevance of math in their everyday lives. Each chapter is dedicated to one of the eight Standards for Mathematical Practice, and offers examples of children’s literature that can be used to help students develop that practice. You’ll find out how to: Encourage students to persevere in solving mathematical problems and use multiple approaches to find the answer; Help students reason abstractly with the aid of concrete objects and visuals; Guide students in constructing arguments to explain their reasoning and engage in critical discussion with their peers; Teach students to recognize mathematical patterns and use them to solve problems efficiently; And more! The book offers activities for beginners as well as for more advanced problem solvers. Each chapter also provides guidance for ELLs and students with special needs, so no matter your classroom environment, you’ll be able to use these strategies to make math class more dynamic, engaging, and fun.
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Author: Sue Gifford
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
"With freshness, humour and originality, Sue Gifford demonstrates the interactive strategies that are required to teach mathematics to young children. The text is both refreshingly free from conventional wisdom and solidly grounded in recent research on learning and teaching early mathematics.At the same time, it is unfailing in its accuracy in uncovering children's own humour and instinct for subverting 'teacherly' overtures. Given the demonstrated lack of spontaneous mathematics in early childhood setting, this assembled collage of children's own observations, activities and comments is in itself a work of art." Professor Carol Aubrey, Institute of Education, University of Warwick, UK. What are the most important aspects of mathematics for young children to learn?How do children learn mathematics?How can adults best ‘teach’ mathematics to children so young?The book informs practitioners, students and parents about how three– to five-year-olds learn mathematics, and shows them how best to develop enjoyable mathematical learning in early years settings. The book includes a summary of relevant research and considers issues relating to current practice. This book:Establishes principles for teaching mathematics to young childrenTakes into account the way children learn, including social, emotional, physical and cognitive aspectsHelps practitioners find the middle ground between not initiating enough mathematical activity and being too directiveSuggests principles and frameworks for planning and assessment.The book places particular emphasis on adult-initiated, number-focused activities and playful, challenging and sensitive teaching strategies to engage younger children. The strategies are based on research and work with practitioners, and are illustrated by children’s own responses, such as making number jokes. It covers key areas of mathematics, including number, shape and space, measures and problem solving, with appropriate expectations and common difficulties as well as suggested activities. Essential reading for those teaching or preparing to teach mathematics to young children, as well as parents interested in the mathematical education of their children.
... (www.routledge.com/eyeoneducation) Family Math Night K–5, Second Edition Common Core State Standards in Action Jennifer Taylor-Cox Math Intervention 3–5 ...
Author: Jennifer Taylor-Cox
Host Family Math Nights at your middle school—starting today! Family Math Nights are a great way for teachers to get parents involved in their children’s education and to promote math learning outside of the classroom. In this practical book, you’ll find step-by-step guidelines and activities to help you bring Family Math Nights to life. The enhanced second edition is aligned with the Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Content and Practice with new activities to help students explain their answers and write about math. It also comes with ready-to-use handouts that you can distribute during your event. With the resources in this book, you’ll have everything you need to help students learn essential math concepts—including ratios and proportional relationships, the number system, expressions and equations, geometry, and statistics and probability—in a fun and supportive environment. Special Features: The book is organized by math content, so you can quickly find activities that meet your needs. Each activity is easy to implement and includes a page of instructions educators can use to prepare the station, as well as a page for families that explains the activity and can be photocopied and displayed at the station. All of the family activities can be photocopied or downloaded from our website, www.routledge.com/9781138200999, so that you can distribute them during your event.
Behavioral and BrainSciences, 32(3–4), 313–328. Kalchman,M., Moss,J.,&Case, R.(2001). ... Common core mathematics in a PLC at Work, grades 3–5.
Author: Chris Weber
Publisher: Solution Tree Press
Build a solid mathematics program by emphasizing prioritized learning goals and integrating RTI into your curriculum. Prepare students to move forward in mathematics learning, and ensure their continued growth in critical thinking and problem solving. With this book, you’ll discover an RTI model that provides the mathematics instruction, assessment, and intervention strategies necessary to meet the complex, diverse needs of students.
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Author: Mary Anne Prater
Publisher: SAGE Publications
To ensure that all students receive quality instruction, Teaching Students with High-Incidence Disabilities prepares preservice teachers to teach students with learning disabilities, emotional behavioral disorders, intellectual disabilities, attention deficit hyperactivity, and high functioning autism. It also serves as a reference for those who have already received formal preparation in how to teach special needs students. Focusing on research-based instructional strategies, Mary Anne Prater gives explicit instructions and includes models throughout in the form of scripted lesson plans. The book also has a broad emphasis on diversity, with a section in each chapter devoted to exploring how instructional strategies can be modified to accommodate diverse exceptional students. Real-world classrooms are brought into focus using teacher tips, embedded case studies, and technology spotlights to enhance student learning.
Assisting students struggling with mathematics: Response to intervention (RtI) for elementary and middle ... Teaching Children Mathematics, 5(9), 508–515.
Author: Ruth Harbin Miles
Publisher: Corwin Press
YOU are the architect in the mathematics classroom. This daily reference offers practical guidance for when and how to pull together mathematics routines, resources, and effective teaching techniques into a coherent and manageable set of lesson plans. This resource will Lead teachers through a process of lesson planning based on various learning objectives Set the stage for lesson planning using relatable vignettes Offer sample lesson plans for Grades 3–5 Create opportunities to reflect on each component of a mathematics lesson Suggest next steps for building a unit from the lessons Provide teachers the space and tools to create their own lesson plans going forward
... 3–5 Christine Oberdorf & Jennifer TaylorCox Math in Plain English: Literacy Strategies for the Mathematics Classroom Amy Benjamin Math Intervention: ...
Author: Leslie Texas
This new, practical book provides an explanation of each of the eight mathematical practices and gives elementary school educators specific instructional strategies that align with the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics. Math teachers, curriculum coordinators, and district math supervisors get practical ideas on how to engage elementary school students in mathematical practices, develop problem-solving skills, and promote higher-order thinking. Learn how to scaffold activities across grades and get strategies you can implement immediately in your classroom. All K-5 mathematics educators should have this book in their professional libraries!
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Author: Robin S. Codding
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Building foundational whole-number knowledge can help put K-5 students on the path to academic success and career readiness. Filling a gap for school practitioners, this book presents step-by-step guidelines for designing and implementing classwide, small-group, and individual interventions for mathematics difficulties. Effective procedures for screening, assessment, intervention selection, and progress monitoring are described and illustrated with detailed case vignettes. User-friendly features include 20 reproducible handouts and forms; the print book has a large-size format with lay-flat binding for easy photocopying. Purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials. This book is in The Guilford Practical Intervention in the Schools Series, edited by T. Chris Riley-Tillman.
... Children's Literature to Teach Problem Solving in Math Jeanne White Math Intervention, P–2, 2nd Edition Jennifer Taylor-Cox Math Intervention, 3–5, ...
Author: Pia M. Hansen
Learn how you can work more effectively with teachers in your role as a math coach or department chair. Coaching can be a rewarding experience both personally and professionally, but it also requires taking risks, being up-to-date on the latest research, implementing best practices, and managing relationships. In this practical book for grades K-8, you’ll gain helpful insight on being an effective mentor, coach, and colleague to your math teachers. You’ll find out how to: Develop relationships with your teachers through one-to-one collaboration; Establish teacher-teams to meet goals effectively; Improve student achievement by implementing best practices for math education; Overcome common challenges faced by coaches and teacher-leaders; And more! This updated second edition contains new information on empowering teachers to tackle the key shifts of the Common Core. It also offers updated advice on ways to conduct professional development with teachers such as through online chats and book studies. The book’s appendices offer additional resources for math coaches, including rubrics, conference guides, and tools for classroom observations.
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Author: Matthew K. Burns
Publisher: Guilford Publications
This indispensable course text and practitioner resource, now fully revised, has helped tens of thousands of readers implement evidence-based interventions to improve students' academic achievement and behavior in PreK–12. The volume presents best-practice guidelines and step-by-step procedures for 83 interventions that can easily be implemented by teachers and other school-based professionals. It is a go-to book for those working in a multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) or response-to-intervention (RTI) framework. User-friendly features include recommended print and online resources and 10 reproducible forms. Purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials in a convenient 8 1/2" x 11" size. New to This Edition: *Updated throughout to reflect current research-based best practices. *20 new interventions. *Chapter on important skills for intervention success. *The intensity of each intervention (classwide, small-group, and/or individual) is now specified. *Behavior chapter has been reorganized for easier use. *Downloadable reproducible tools.