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Implementing and Managing Accelerated Math In Lower Elementary

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This is a presentation used by Kathryn Olney and Deb Smith of North Godwin Elementary for a symposium training they led.

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  • 1. Implementation and Management of AM in Lower Elementary Grades and Using Reports to Meet Student Needs Kathryn Olney Deb Smith
  • 2. Implementation and Management of AM in Lower Elementary Grades and Using Reports to Meet Student Needs Kathryn Olney Deb Smith Alignment of objectives to math program 1. Select Assignment Book 2. Select Manage Objectives 3. Select Grade Level Library 4. Select Reorder
  • 3. 5. Select Reorder by Objective 6. Use Move Up, Move Down, and Move To buttons to reorder.
  • 4. Use of diagnostic tests, practices, exercises, and tests
    • Begin with a diagnostic test for all students
  • 5. Use of Practice Assignment
    • Student did not pass objective on diagnostic test
    • Student needs repetitive practice on skill
    • Student is ahead of instructional program objectives
    Use of Test
    • AM will indicate objectives ready to be tested
  • 6. Use of exercises
    • Student is not mastering the skill with a practice assignment
    • Use for individual or small group instruction
    • Student grouping report
  • 7. Formatting of problems that are difficult for students
    • How to see examples of problems
    1. Open Assignment book 2. Select students and then click on assign.
  • 8.
    • How to set the problem layout
    1. Select preferences from Home screen 2. Select Page Layout
  • 9. 3. Select layout choice.
  • 10. Scoring Assignments
    • Scan cards
    • Keyboard scoring
    • A, B, C, D letters on keyboard
    • 1, 2, 3, 4 on number pad represents A, B, C, D
    • Rescoring
    Must press save and done
  • 11. Implementation and management in the classroom
    • Set time to do Accelerated Math each week
    • Whole class
    • Seatwork
    • Station/Center time
    • Non-independent worker
    • Pull while other students are at stations
    • Small group working on same objective
    • Use older students as tutors
    • Send home as homework
  • 12. Reports
    • TOPS report
    • Diagnostic report
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  • 19. Kathryn Olney – [email_address] Deb Smith – [email_address] http://www.godwinschools.org Slideshare.net