Useful Assessment Information
All Math Recovery courses provide educators with multiple diagnostic assessments that pinpoint the current numeracy understanding of individual students.
With the knowledge gained in all Math Recovery courses general education teachers use information on differentiating instruction in the classroom to create and modify curricular materials and educational settings for all learners in the classroom. During whole group experiences, small group instruction, or individualized work educators are empowered to manipulate instructional settings, scaffold questions, and encourage the development of conceptual understanding for all students.
Title 1 Programs
All Math Recovery courses provide school-wide and targeted-assisted Title 1 schools the ability to assess and monitor student growth and success through targeted intervention designed to promotes student growth in skills, abilities, and understandings.
All Math Recovery courses provide educators with the ability to constantly monitor and evaluate current understanding and skills towards learning goals.
All Math Recovery courses provide research-based learning trajectories that can be used to plan, create, and implement targeted instruction for individuals, small groups, and whole classes. Students have access to high-quality instruction aimed at current understanding and skills as identified by administered diagnostic assessments.
Special Education Programs
Special Education teachers can use the diagnostic assessments and learning trajectories to create individualized learning plans and goals for the students they work with. Math Recovery courses focus on providing instruction that is responsive to individual student needs and to promote continual growth.
Through the application and use of learning progressions educators can enrich and accelerate learning for gifted and talented students, who may have mathematical understandings and skills beyond grade level expectations. US Math Recovery courses provide professional development on a range of domains; from early numeracy topics to fractions.