As a member of Math Recovery®, you are provided access to areas in ConnectMR related to the courses you have completed. Additional benefits include receiving a discount when attending the US Math Recovery® Annual Conference and tracking certifications acquired through Math Recovery® trainings.
- Discounts on the US Math Recovery Council® Annual National Conference
- Access to ConnectMR, including electronic copies of the following: Assessment schedules, Data sheets, LFIN and models for constructs/levels, Activity directions and blackline masters, Series of online Support Modules
- Math Recovery® Course revisions and updates shared through membership
- Monthly Newsletters, January through December (N/A July)
- Tracking your certifications (Membership is required for continued certification in Math Recovery® Intervention Specialists, MR Leaders, AVMR Champions, and SNAP Facilitators)
- Convenience of entering your Student Data sheets online
- Online forum for support among Math Recovery® community members
- More to come as we continue to build our online community
The Math Recovery® Intervention Specialist (MRIS) course is our original program. It is a yearlong course specifically designed for one-on-one intensive, dynamic and responsive intervention. A cycle for MRIS teaching is 25-30 minutes per day, 4-5 days a week, for 12-15 weeks. Intervention specialists videotape and analyze assessment and inquiry-based daily instruction (100 hours for certification), keep a reflection journal, and deliver one-on-one intervention.
Individual coaching sessions and collegial collaboration support the ten face-to-face instructional days over the course of the year. Assessment and teaching materials enhance the foundational texts:
- Wright, R. J., Martland, J., & Stafford, A. K. (2006). Early Numeracy: Assessment for teaching & intervention (2nd ed.): SAGE Publications.
- Wright, R. J., Martland, J., Stafford, A. K., & Stanger, G. (2006). Teaching Number: Advancing children's skills & strategies (2nd ed.): SAGE Publications.
This interventionist may choose to advance to other leadership programs that would allow a person to deliver our professional development at a reduced rate to staff within their own school district.
The Add+VantageMR® (AVMR) program utilizes the same research base and learning framework as the Math Recovery® Intervention Specialist course. It was originally designed to inform classroom and small group instruction. As a result, the assessments are a bit quicker to administer, and the program includes tools for organizing the individual students' data to look at how a student fits within a group in specific skill areas. Typically, classroom teachers, teachers of ELL or SLD, and small-group interventionists take this course. An AVMR teacher may not advance to our leadership programs without MRIS.
Add+VantageMR® Course 1 and AVMR Course 2 are four days each in length, and both include assessments, models for scoring, and instructional materials and strategies which foster the educator's ability to diagnose strengths as well as to identify and implement next steps for learning. AVMR 1 is a pre-requisite for AVMR 2.
Text and Topics for Add+VantageMR® 1:
- Wright, R., Stanger, G., Stafford, A., & Martland, J. (2015). Teaching Number in the Classroom with 4-8 Year Olds (2nd ed.): SAGE Publications.
- Topics: Forward and Backward Number Sequences, Numeral ID, Structuring to 20, Addition and Subtraction Strategies
Text and Topics for Add+VantageMR® 2:
- Wright, R. J., Ellemor-Collins, D., & Tabor, P. D. (2012). Developing Number Knowledge: Assessment, Teaching and Intervention with 7-11 Year Olds: SAGE Publications.
- Topics: Place Value, including multi-digit Addition and Subtraction, and Multiplication and Division
Finding a Course
Please visit www.mathrecovery.org and select the Courses tab to view upcoming courses. Contact email@example.com to inquire about upcoming courses.
If the course indicates that it is accepting out of district people, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Staff will contact the district to make arrangements to attend the course providing space is available.
The cost of Add+VantageMR® 1, 2 and Fractions is $995 per participant for each course. This price includes all materials and professional development provided by highly trained instructors. The cost of the Math Recovery® Intervention Specialist Part 1 is $6000 and MRSp2 is $4000 which includes all materials, coaching sessions, and face-to-face instruction and collegial meetings. For more course information and pricing contact email@example.com.
Currently graduate credit is available in select states. Contact your course instructor for more information and credit applications.
Math Recovery® materials are copyrighted and intellectual properties are protected. Teachers will watch a short video explaining what can be shared after completing a training and must agree to protect copyright and intellectual properties. After professional development sessions, teachers should be able to share trends observed during assessment and data collection, specific individual student strengths and weaknesses in both skills and understandings, and possible intervention ideas to advance student understanding and skills.
Copyright guidelines do not allow for individuals attending a course to instruct others on the Add+VantageMR® or Math Recovery® program upon completion of a course. Extensive Leadership course options are available.
Plan a Math Recovery® Training
To arrange a Math Recovery® or Add+VantageMR® professional development course at your district, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
A course must have a minimum of 12-15 participants to hold an Add+VantageMR® training or 6 to hold a Math Recovery® Intervention Specialist training. Each day is a full day of learning and participants are required to attend the complete training to receive certification for the course.