The Primary Numeracy Intervention Program (K-3) is a free math intervention program that that focuses on early numeracy intervention. This intervention program takes teachers on a mathematical journey from the first day of kindergarten to the beginning of third grade. The program is designed to find the deficits that students have within state standards and provide teachers with the resources that are needed for an intense math intervention . Teachers will learn how to administer and use assessment data to target their instruction and use the research based CRA Instructional Model.
The Primary Numeracy Intervention Program supports both the Response to Intervention (RTI) Model or Multi Systems of Support (MTSS) framework. The tiered approach with work with any system. The easy to use progress monitoring component provides seamless documentation for RTI or MTSS.
All participants who view the free training below will receive over 100 ready to use resources including the Primary Numeracy Assessment, leveled learning materials, workbook / e-book, learning framework, leveled activities teacher guide, intervention strategies, and dozens of other printable resources. The training is approximately 2 hours. At the end of the training webinar you will be given a link to get your free materials.
For additional programs for the 2022 /2023 school year please see the training page.
The Multiplicative Thinking Intervention Program (3-5) is another free math intervention program that we offer. This program focuses on the developmental stages that children progress though when learning about the relationship between multiplication and division. A strong foundation for multiplicative thinking is necessary because when rational numbers are introduced (fractions and decimals) it is essential that students have a strong foundation in place so they can make connections and expand their knowledge.
Teachers will learn how to administer the Multiplicative Thinking Assessment and how to use the results to drive their instruction. Teachers will also be trained on how to use the Multiplicative Thinking Framework and the Leveled Activities Guide to turn the assessment data into specific targeted instruction.
All individuals who view this training will receive over 50 free resources including the Multiplicative Thinking Assessment, Multiplicative Thinking Framework, Leveled Activities Guide, 2 Digital eBooks, Immersion with Facts Program, and over 30 visual teaching models. The training is 2 hours and 45 mins. At the end of the training you will be given a link to get your free materials.
For additional programs for 2022 /2023 school year please see the training page.
All 3 of our math intervention programs, the Primary Numeracy Program, the Multiplicative Thinking Program, and the Fractional Reasoning Program , all provide a tiered approach that can be used with either the Response to Intervention Model (RTI) or the Multi Systems of Support (MTSS) framework .
Regardless of which system is used, our programs provide universal screening assessments, student data tracking, instructional activities , and progress monitoring.
All three of our math intervention programs provide research based support for students in multiple grades while addressing the specific interventions that each students needs. Each program provides a wide variety of interventions for different content within the K-5 curriculum.
For Tier 1, a universal screening assessment is provided so teachers can find their at risk students. Teachers will use the data tracking tool from the assessment to target specific skills and create individual, small group, or whole class interventions. After the data is analyzed teachers can make adjustments to tier 1 instruction.
If a student does not respond to the tier 1 intervention, they are moved to tier 2 where a more intense intervention is put into place (possible small group setting with the teacher). If the tier 2 intervention is not successful, then the student will be placed into tier 3, the most intense intervention. Our programs provide the resources and materials for any tier or system of intervention.
The progress monitoring / data tracking piece provides an easy to use tool to track student progress. After the initial universal screening assessment the data is recorded on the progress monitoring sheet. These scores not only act as a baseline data piece, but also provide the essential information about the student so data based decisions can be made about what skills to address first.
The program also provides daily formative assessments that can be used for day to day instructional decisions. How a student performs on these daily assessments will determine what specific lessons will be planned and implemented.
Review over twenty math intervention programs that focus on different areas and content from basic numeracy to rational numbers and algebra.