What is Math Intervention? (Educator Academy)

By Diana Saylak 23 Oct 20:02
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What is Math Intervention?Math intervention is targeted instruction for students struggling with mathematics. Too often students have difficulty understanding math concepts, and the instruction they receive perpetuates or masks the problem rather than addressing them. Students are left to flail and flounder in a confusing sea of procedures and rules. The problems become more profound as the students moves into each new grade. As math educators we can no longer let this happen. We must make math meaningful for students and provide targeted instruction that focuses on the precise academic needs of students. It is essential that we concentrate on repairing students’ misconceptions and learning gaps in ways that build their math capacity.
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What is Math Intervention?...the instruction they receive perpetuates or masks the problem rather than addressing them...
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What is Math Intervention?Students are left to flail and flounder in a confusing sea of procedures and rules.
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What is Math Intervention?We must make math meaningful for students and provide targeted instruction that focuses on the precise academic needs of students.
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What is Math Intervention?It is essential that we concentrate on repairing students’ misconceptions and learning gaps in ways that build their math capacity.

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Math intervention is targeted instruction for students struggling with mathematics. Too often students have difficulty understanding math concepts, and the instruction they receive perpetuates or masks the problem rather than addressing them. Students are left to flail and flounder in a confusing sea of procedures and rules. The problems become more profound as the students moves into each new grade. As math educators we can no longer let this happen. We must make math meaningful for students and provide targeted instruction that focuses on the precise academic needs of students. It is essential that we concentrate on repairing students’ misconceptions and learning gaps in ways that build their math capacity.
...the instruction they receive perpetuates or masks the problem rather than addressing them...
Students are left to flail and flounder in a confusing sea of procedures and rules.
We must make math meaningful for students and provide targeted instruction that focuses on the precise academic needs of students.
It is essential that we concentrate on repairing students’ misconceptions and learning gaps in ways that build their math capacity.
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