EDUC 5555: Assessment & Intervention. Class #9 Response to Intervention IMPLEMENTING TIER 2: Supplemental Instruction. Mathematics = ALL Students Why do we care?. According to recent survey data, What percent of the US population are unable to calculate a 10% tip on a lunch?.
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Response to Intervention
IMPLEMENTING TIER 2:
According to recent survey data,
What percent of the US population
are unable to calculate a 10% tip
on a lunch?
What percent of eighth-graders can not correctly shade 1/3 of a rectangle?
What percent of 8th graders can not solve a word problem that required dividing fractions?
(2) Lesson Design: sequential, scaffolded, stacked, scripted interventions;
explicit, strategic, “think aloud;” error correction
101 - 102 = 1
Make one move to create
a true statement.
What systems are in place within
to support mathematics?
How do we acquire the information necessary to make instructional decisions for our students?
Assessment data: instructional decisions for our students?
What question are we trying to answer?
*On-going assessments (e.g. formative, mastery, short-cycle, and informal assessments) are part of all three tiers and used in meaningful ways
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