The Math Intervention professional development certificate program, in compliance with RtI, will prepare
K-8 teachers to identify students who need assistance in mathematics and
to address the needs of these students through assessment-informed and
focused interventions. Seminars taught collaboratively by mathematics education and special education instructors.
- Emphasis placed on assessment-informed instruction.
- Classroom application documented with action research component.
- Classroom application project assessment aligned with the Middle Childhood Generalist National Board Certification process.
- Cohorts of teachers serve as learning communities.
CCM Standards-based seminars and reflection sessions (108 face-to-face hours) prepare teachers to:
- identify struggling students’ misconceptions, concept gaps, and skill limitations
- using quantifiable and research–based assessments;
- prepare assessment-based and focused interventions;
- employ research-based teaching methods;
- use manipulatives and models to maximize student learning; and
- practice continual progress monitoring and recording of student learning.
For more information, contact Dr. Judith Hankes at (920) 424-7254 or firstname.lastname@example.org