Use these top math intervention resources in 2023
When implementing a math intervention program, questions may arise. You might find that you need additional resources to help strengthen the effectiveness of your intervention program. With so many options to choose from, how can an educator know which math intervention resources actually perform well with students?
SpringMath recognizes the value in both paid and free math resources. Let’s dive into some of our favorite math intervention resources and why we love them.
Khan Academy provides free practice exercises, instructional videos, and other course materials to supplement your math intervention program. Khan offers resources for students, teachers and districts.
Educators can easily access the tools they need to supplement their intervention program. In fact, Khan reports that its math materials boosted student performance by an average of 10 percentage points and districts have found 33% higher growth in middle school math scores. Consider adding Khan Academy to your math intervention resources.
CK-12 contains excellent math intervention resources such as digital textbooks, webinars, activities, and other course content for both teachers and students. Sometimes we can take for granted our access to textbooks and instruction materials. Not every child can afford to have these crucial resources supplied to them.
CK-12 strives to supply children with equal access to the resources they need and free of cost. These materials make a great addition to your intervention program and allow you to customize the material each student needs to get back on track.
Educators strive to support their students and get them to meet their high achievement goals. Math intervention resources like SpringMath provide an easy way to implement and manage your student’s progress. Take advantage of the free resources to get you started in the right direction. At the end of the day, we want the best for our students while giving teachers peace of mind. Interested in learning more about SpringMath? Request a demo today.