Building a math intervention program around your student data
Let SpringMath help you set up a math intervention program centered around your students' data needs in the classroom.
How to set up a math intervention program
Math intervention programs are designed to be cost effective, engaging, accurate and time sensitive. Adding SpringMath to the current curriculum base in your school district proves more cost effective than changing the curriculum altogether.
The program is also time sensitive. A study found that the average second- grader is fully engaged in what they're learning for two hours a day. The average assessment takes only 15. The SpringMath website has more information on how to set up a SpringMath program in your school district and classroom.
Assessing student progress data
Classwide and individual interventions make it easy to assess student progress data. First, the students will go through a universal screening process. This allows teachers and school officials to identify the areas that need most attention.
SpringMath has found that it's a classroom of students who need additional support after the universal screening process. Data from weekly assessments tells teachers and administration who's doing well with the SpringMath program and who’s are not.
After identifying classroom needs from the universal screening process, it's an easy transition into a math intervention program.