Focused Mathematics Intervention
Reinforce key concepts and build mathematical fluency with this easy-to-use intervention program.
Math Learning Made Easy: Evidence Based Intervention for Teaching Students Math SkillsThis versatile program incorporates effective, research-based intervention strategies while emphasizing critical areas of mathematical focus at each grade level. Students struggling with common math concepts will learn how to use their own mathematical thinking through explicit instruction of mathematical strategies using a strategic progression of math topics across the series scope and sequence. Math intervention resources like this series can be used in a variety of instructional frameworks, settings, and schedules including summer school and after-school programs, or as part of a larger math intervention curriculum.
Packed with a wide variety of resources, this program by Teacher Created Materials provides struggling students with the tools they need to strike a balance between conceptual knowledge and procedural understanding.
- Math teachers can minimize prep time with easy-to-implement lessons and flexible pacing plans.
- Lesson plans utilize the gradual release of responsibility model with teacher think alouds, guided direct instruction, and collaborative/independent practice (e.g. peer tutoring).
- The full-color Student Guided Practice Book features mathematical practices that teach students key skills and how to be active math learners, including common metacognitive strategies like copy cover compare / cover copy compare and thinking aloud on their own.
- Improve struggling students test scores with diagnostic assessments, concept tasks, and performance tasks like solving math word problems.
- Interactive math games engage students and guide them towards independent skills applications and computational fluency.