Help for Struggling Math Students helps math curriculum coordinators, principals and math coaches find solutions to the requirements of Response to Intervention and how this particular early numeracy assessment fits into that context. This book, which is the first in the series, Elementary Math Intervention, offers a way to implement the interview building-wide so as to monitor and track the numeracy development of struggling math students. It includes an overview of the theory of response to intervention, what to do instructionally for students that fail to meet the benchmarks on the assessment, and what to do for students who fail to make progress after intervention has been implemented. There is also a chapter on working with gifted and talented math students.
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About the Author
Laura Main has worked as an elementary mathematics specialist for seven years. Ms. Main is currently a doctoral candidate in the Ed.D. Instructional Leadership Program at Western Connecticut State University. She also holds a C.A.S. degree in educational leadership from Sacred Heart University, a M.S. in early childhood and elementary education from Bank Street College, and a B.A. in English from Cornell University.