my life, because some of you may be disappointed! LOL!
former college and friend (Holla atcha’ Angie!). I think she, like I did (and the rest of
nation, in my humble little opinion), was struggling with coming up with simple
and effective RTI interventions. Then, she had to create all the probes and
figure out a way to track progress.
one point or another. It was like WHOA
Nelly! Tons of paper work and really was a logistical nightmare.
past memories, I decided to come up with something to make RTI more
streamlined. This is the product I *wish* I had when I was in the classroom.
skills with a few different interventions for each skill. Each skill has at
least two interventions. I focused on these four skills, which I felt would improve number sense and automaticity of basic math facts.
Ten Frame Addition
Making Ten Addition Strategy
identically with different problems. At
the end of each section is a data tracking sheet with a graph to show progress
(or lack of).
keys- I figured the concepts were simple enough that it was an unnecessary
waste of pages). Here is a glance at the Table of Contents for more details.
that couldn’t be implemented unless you had a small team. I don’t know about you, but the years I didn’t
co-teach I was allll alone with just little ol’ me in the classroom. And really
even when I DID co-teach, as a general rule, RTI fell under my roles and responsibilities
(at least with the general education kids). My co-teacher had her hands full
with her own towers of paperwork!
use it in the classroom. Then, I (gulp)
made my first video. It is rough,
people. Go in with VERRRRYYYYY low expectations and I might impress you. Just might.
then a quick glance at how to use the binder in the classroom.
and enjoy your one-on-one time with students since your materials are all ready
I am giving away a pack at 9 pm tonight!
You can enter here on my Facebook page!
Mandy Gregory is a 2007 and 2012 Teacher of the Year. She has taught 4th, 3rd, and 2nd grade in both the general education and inclusion setting. She is the owner and creator of the Teaching Tips website (www.mandygregory.com) and has over 10 years of experience. She is married with two beautiful children.