Interventions for Teaching Math to Elementary Students: A CEC/DLD Collaborative Webinar
Mathematics concepts naturally increase in complexity as students progress through their mathematics programs; therefore, it is essential for students to acquire a deep understanding of foundational mathematics concepts and skills. To prepare students for the rigors of high school mathematics, teachers must foster the acquisition of critical prerequisite skills throughout elementary and middle school. This session provides an overview of evidence-based instruction and interventions for mathematics for elementary students with the primary focus on interventions for both basic computation and problem solving.After viewing this program, you will be able to:
- Design and structure more purposeful and targeted practice activities to facilitate mastery of important basic computational skills.
- Apply the concept of content scaffolding to facilitate the learning of important mathematical problem solving process.
Paul J. Riccomini, The Pennsylvania State University
Date of original program:
March 22, 2012
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