### Building Number Power with Formative Assessments, Differentiation, and Games, Grades 3-5

### Building Number Power with Formative Assessments, Differentiation, and Games, Grades 3-5

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Useful for small groups or one-on-one instruction, this book offers successful math interventions and RTI connections. Teachers will learn to target math instruction to struggling students by:

- Diagnosing weaknesses

- Providing specific, differentiated instruction

- Using formative assessments

- Offering corrective feedback

- Motivating students by using games

Taylor-Cox emphasizes four main goals for math instructors. They must help students achieve: accuracy, efficiency, flexibility, and fluency in solving math problems. Integral to each of these goals is ensuring that students understand math concepts. Taylor-Cox writes, "When concepts are ignored and the focus is solely on rules and procedures, struggling students often develop misconceptions and learning gaps." Math Interventions: Building Number Power, Grades 3-5 provides math teachers with specific strategies for imparting those concepts.

Useful for small groups or one-on-one instruction, this book offers successful math interventions and RTI connections. Teachers will learn to target math instruction to struggling students by:

- Diagnosing weaknesses

- Providing specific, differentiated instruction

- Using formative assessments

- Offering corrective feedback

- Motivating students by using games

Taylor-Cox emphasizes four main goals for math instructors. They must help students achieve: accuracy, efficiency, flexibility, and fluency in solving math problems. Integral to each of these goals is ensuring that students understand math concepts. Taylor-Cox writes, "When concepts are ignored and the focus is solely on rules and procedures, struggling students often develop misconceptions and learning gaps." Math Interventions: Building Number Power, Grades 3-5 provides math teachers with specific strategies for imparting those concepts.

Useful for small groups or one-on-one instruction, this book offers successful math interventions and RTI connections. Teachers will learn to target math instruction to struggling students by:

- Diagnosing weaknesses

- Providing specific, differentiated instruction

- Using formative assessments

- Offering corrective feedback

- Motivating students by using games

Taylor-Cox emphasizes four main goals for math instructors. They must help students achieve: accuracy, efficiency, flexibility, and fluency in solving math problems. Integral to each of these goals is ensuring that students understand math concepts. Taylor-Cox writes, "When concepts are ignored and the focus is solely on rules and procedures, struggling students often develop misconceptions and learning gaps." Math Interventions: Building Number Power, Grades 3-5 provides math teachers with specific strategies for imparting those concepts.

- Diagnosing weaknesses

- Providing specific, differentiated instruction

- Using formative assessments

- Offering corrective feedback

- Motivating students by using games

- Diagnosing weaknesses

- Providing specific, differentiated instruction

- Using formative assessments

- Offering corrective feedback

- Motivating students by using games

- Diagnosing weaknesses

- Providing specific, differentiated instruction

- Using formative assessments

- Offering corrective feedback

- Motivating students by using games