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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

Chilton School 
Rhinelander School

Wabeno School

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.


For more information, contact Dr. Judith Hankes at or

For additional information concerning the inspiration for this certificate as well as classroom math resources for teachers, please visit

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