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Intensifying Mathematics Interventions for Struggling Students

  • ISBN-13: 9781462546190
  • Author: Diane Pedrotty Bryant (University of Texas at Austin, United
  • Price: AUD $60.99
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  • Local release date: 24/08/2021
  • Format: Paperback (254.00mm X 178.00mm) 220 pages Weight: 400g
  • Categories: Teaching of groups & persons with special ed needs[JNS]Teaching skills & techniques [JNT]
This key resource for K-12 educators offers a systematic guide to delivering Tier 2 and 3 math interventions within a multi-tiered system of support. The volume explains critical math areas in which many students have difficulty--early numeracy, time and money measurement, number combinations, fractions, word problem solving, algebra, and more. Leading experts describe relevant standards and show how to use data-based individualization to plan, monitor, and intensify instruction in each area. Beginning with bulleted guiding questions, chapters feature a wealth of evidence-based intervention strategies, lesson-planning ideas, and case examples. Reproducible instructional activities and planning forms can be downloaded and printed in a convenient 8 1/2" x 11" size.
Diane Pedrotty Bryant, PhD, is the Mollie Villeret Davis Professor in Learning Disabilities in the Department of Special Education at The University of Texas at Austin. She is also Project Director of the Mathematics and Science Institute for Students with Special Needs at the Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk. Dr. Bryant has published numerous articles on instructional strategies for students with mathematics difficulties. She is coauthor of educational tests, an early numeracy intervention, and textbooks on methods for teaching struggling students. She is Editor-in-Chief of Learning Disability Quarterly.
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