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Activities

If you are completing this Math Learning Module for contact hours, please complete the activities and submit evidence of your work to your LPDC.

Download the Activities PDF file and complete the form to submit as evidence.

 

Activity 1:

(approximate time to complete 1 hour)

 

Resources needed to complete Activity 1:

Download the Classroom Level Status for Math - PDF file

Math Screening - Identifying Students At-Risk: Literature Review - PDF file

Complete the Classroom Level Status for Math template. This can be used at the beginning of a math unit to determine if the students have the prerequisite skills needed to learn the new concept. Review the resources to see an example of a fifth and second grade universal math screener. These can be created for any math content and grade level.

 

 

Activity 2:

(approximate time to complete 2 hours)

Resources needed to complete Activity 2:

Download Small Group Instructional and Intervention Chart - PDF file

Download Instructional Intervention Planning Sheet - PDF file


Complete the Small Group Instructional and Intervention Chart based on the data from your math screener. The quadrants can be based on the needs of students as determined by your screener. The example template is called, Small Group Instructional and Intervention Chart.
The next step is to determine when you will provide intervention during your core instruction. Create your plan and share your evidence of implementation. You can create your own Intervention Planning Sheet or use the one located in the resources. Some questions to think about when creating your plan are:


1.  Do I take 15 minutes once every 5 days during my core instruction to group students by need and provide intentional instruction and activities?


2.  Do I use a full day every other week to group students by need and provide intentional instruction and activities during my core instruction?


3.  How do I prepare the students to work in small groups?


4.  How do I rotate my instruction between the small groups?