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1. 1. Go! 1
2. 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. 3. SUBITIZE (from the Latin word “subitus” meaning sudden) To suddenly or instantly know how many. 3
4. 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. 5. How many dots? 5
6. 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. 7. How many dots? 7
8. 8. Designed Learning Counting Progression to Subitizing to Number Combinations to Understanding 8
9. 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. 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. 11. Dr. Ken Newbury Demonstrates Subitizing Flash Cards Click on box to play video 11
12. 12. Number Combinations 12
13. 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. 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. 15. Number Lines 15
16. 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. 17. Using a KENS Math paper number line or wooden number line, mark where you think “17” “goes”: Scale: 0-20 17
18. 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. 19. Using a paper number line or a KENS Math number line, mark where you think “35” number “goes”: Scale: 0-100 19
20. 20. What strategy did you use to locate “35”? 35 Scale: 0-100 20
21. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 28. lexible Educational Platform • Traditional classroomteacher directed • Center-based • Peer-to-peer • Small group/Guided Math Centerbased Classroom • Parent supported • Intervention & RTI 28
29. 29. This is your brain. This is your brain on KENS Math. Any Questions? 29