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Web kens math presentation-slide 1
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Web kens math presentation-slide 1
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Web kens math presentation-slide 1
Web kens math presentation-slide 1
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Web kens math presentation-slide 1
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  • Note interference and dependency of working memory
  • Note interference and dependency of working memory
  • Note interference and dependency of working memory
  • Note interference and dependency of working memory
  • Note interference and dependency of working memory
  • Note interference and dependency of working memory
  • Note interference and dependency of working memory
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    • 1. Go! 1
    • 2. Classroom Kit Includes: • Teacher’s Edition lesson plans • Teacher’s Resource Masters • Games & spinners • 6 types of Number Lines • Worksheets • Progress trackers • Certificate • Parent letters • Leveled card decks 1-12 • 4 Teacher Number Lines • 1 Teacher Number Line Marker • 25 student wooden number lines with sliding bead • 150 foamies • 122 game pieces • A 100’s classroom chart • Classroom management box 2
    • 3. SUBITIZE (from the Latin word “subitus” meaning sudden) To suddenly or instantly know how many. 3
    • 4. How many dots? Watch carefully, on the next slide you will see some dots. Try to remember how many dots you see! 4
    • 5. How many dots? 5
    • 6. How many dots? Watch carefully, on the next slide you will see some dots. Try to remember how many dots you see! 6
    • 7. How many dots? 7
    • 8. Designed Learning Counting Progression to Subitizing to Number Combinations to Understanding 8
    • 9. Subitizing Flash Cards – Levels 1-12 GO Cards In the Classroom • Each math levels build subitizing skills • Each level builds on prior learning • Students learn perceptual and conception subitizing 9
    • 10. Students Progress with Flash Card From…Finger Counting Practice to Subitizing 2, 3 & 4 to Subitizing 4 and adding 1 to Subitizing 5 10
    • 11. Dr. Ken Newbury Demonstrates Subitizing Flash Cards Click on box to play video 11
    • 12. Number Combinations 12
    • 13. KENS Flash Cards Teach Number Combinations Show Cards In the Classroom • Use markers to fill in circle number line on laminated cards • Visualize a number line • Use foamies to represent the number combination on the card • Each level builds on prior learning 13
    • 14. Show & Tell Cards Show Cards • Students represent math concepts on paper and with physical objects Tell Cards • Reinforce quick recall of math concepts and math facts 14
    • 15. Number Lines 15
    • 16. Brain research strongly suggests that we have an innate sense of number that includes a mental number line. 12345 Geary, Bailey & Hoard (2009) demonstrate that the ability to show a number on a number line was the best predictor of math achievement in 3rd grade. 16
    • 17. Using a KENS Math paper number line or wooden number line, mark where you think “17” “goes”: Scale: 0-20 17
    • 18. What did you need to know to place your line at position “17”? • • • • Where the ‘middle’ is What is the value of the middle? What number comes before and after? Number magnitude Scale: 17 0-20 18
    • 19. Using a paper number line or a KENS Math number line, mark where you think “35” number “goes”: Scale: 0-100 19
    • 20. What strategy did you use to locate “35”? 35 Scale: 0-100 20
    • 21. Scaffolded Number Lines Guide Learning Student number lines for individual student use In the Classroom • Use wooden number lines with or without paper number line • Kit includes paper number lines with and without numbers • Paper number lines increase in difficulty as students progress – 10’s, 20’s, etc. 21
    • 22. Math Games Reinforce Number Sense • Research shows math achievement correlates to the number of board games a child plays • Research-based math games are designed to sequentially build number sense • More than 20 math games in KENS Math – instructions, printables & game pieces • Ideal for free time, centers or sending home 22
    • 23. Diagnostic & Prescriptive • Assessment – provides tools to pre-assess number sense skill • Monitoring – assess and chart progress at each level • Leveled Learning - is designed for individualized, leveled instruction • Diverse Learners - addresses the needs of diverse learners • Flexibility – supports a variety of teaching styles & learning environments 23
    • 24. KENS Math Assessment In the Classroom • Assess each student individually • Ask “How many dots in each row?” • Give each student an average of 30 seconds to do the test • Complete 10 rows of dots (2 assessment sheets) Download free assessment tool at • Included in the TRM http://www.kensmath.com/parent-teacher-math-resources/math-assessment-te 24
    • 25. KENS Math Assessment Test helps teachers: 1) Assess number sense skills 2) Determine the ideal starting level for each student 3) Identify which students require increased number sense practice & skill building 4) Assess progress in the program Action research in the classroom showed: • • Errors on the assessment predicted 90% of students who had difficulties with calculation fluency. One year later, students who made more than 1 error were not on target at the end of first grade. 25
    • 26. Monitoring • KENS Math facilitates math interventions and ongoing progress monitoring • 3 basic steps to using KENS Math as an Response to Intervention (RTI) program: – Establish baseline levels – Design the intervention & set learning goals – Monitor progress 26
    • 27. Leveled Learning The KENS Math program supports the 3 core number sense skills with: 1. Step-by-step, lesson plans for each level 1-12 2. Leveled Go, Show & Tell Cards 1-12 3. Manipulatives that support each of the number sense practices 4. Printable worksheets, games, math mats & more! 27
    • 28. lexible Educational Platform • Traditional classroomteacher directed • Center-based • Peer-to-peer • Small group/Guided Math Centerbased Classroom • Parent supported • Intervention & RTI 28
    • 29. This is your brain. This is your brain on KENS Math. Any Questions? 29

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