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Math Intervention

Update for Master's Level Students

Currently, the proposed MSE-C&I Math Intervention master's program may substitute topic specific courses for the following core courses: Elem Ed 705 Curriculum Planning and Differentiating for Instruction and Elem Ed 716 Issues in PK-12 Education. 

 

Pre-register for sessions hosted at:

Beloit School
District

Chilton School 
District
 
Rhinelander School
District

Wabeno School
District

May 5th update: This Session is full/closed
Summer 2014 dates:
July 7-9 and
August 18-20
Summer 2014 dates: 
July 14-17 and 
August 4-6
Summer 2014 dates:
June 14-17 and
August 4-6
Summer 2014 dates:
June 16-19 and
July 21-23


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.

Contact  

For more information, contact Dr. Judith Hankes at (920) 424-7254 or hankes@uwosh.edu

For additional information concerning the inspiration for this certificate as well as classroom math resources for teachers, please visit http://www.uwosh.edu/coehs/cmagproject/

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