Finding the right math interventions for elementary students

Elementary education serves as a foundation for each and every student. Children begin learning concepts that evolve throughout their academic careers. This is why math interventions for elementary students are important to their growth.

SpringMath can help with all your mathematical education needs. Through streamlined assessments, simplified interventions, progress monitoring, and actionable reports, you can count on SpringMath to make an impact on your students in their formative years.

Streamlined assessments

As an educator, you have a lot of things on your plate. You do not have the time to create and implement a variety of complicated assessments, not to mention the time it takes to determine whether an assessment accurately gauges student performance. SpringMath makes assessing your students’ performance easier.

SpringMath’s streamlined assessments help educators determine how they should implement math interventions for their elementary students. Educators can easily identify learning gaps and target individual student performance or classes with a planned course of instruction.

An educator should strive to diagnose issues early. The earlier you catch it, the more time you have to implement math intervention.

Simplified interventions

It can be challenging to choose the appropriate intervention plan when working in elementary education. The wrong plan could put your students further behind in their math achievement goals. SpringMath takes the guesswork out of this process.

Depending on your students’ needs, sometimes you need an individual or classwide intervention. Based on the initial assessments collected, SpringMath will help you determine your next move. Our intervention programs adjust to meet your students where they are.

SpringMath intervention programs monitor the prior week’s performance and automatically generate the current week’s program. This allows educators to accurately teach students in a way that they can easily absorb information. Our intervention programs guide teachers step by step through this process, providing peace of mind and accelerated performance. Typically, math interventions take about 20 to 40 minutes a day. With SpringMath, you can make an impact on student performance while devoting only 15 minutes a day.

Progress monitoring

An effective intervention program requires you to look at the hard data. This can pose an issue with teachers as they often lack formal and informal training on best monitoring practices. SpringMath can support educators in areas of doubt. 

After each week, SpringMath analyzes student performance and uses this data to generate next week’s intervention program. You no longer need to bog down on test scores to see what works and what does not. You can rest assured that next week’s materials will target the exact needs of your students.

Actionable reports

Do you enjoy the time-consuming task of collecting data and making sense of it? Most likely, you’d rather be focusing on other items on your agenda. In fact, most teachers find interpreting data difficult, especially performing calculations and determining differences between cross-sectional and longitudinal data. SpringMath takes all your students’ progress and generates an easy-to-read report.

Whether you have one student falling behind or an entire classroom of students needing additional math support, you can access student progress in one place. SpringMath makes it easy to collaborate with others and gauge progress in detail or at high levels. This information informs educators and districts of real-time learning achievements.

SpringMath makes math interventions for elementary students simple. Educators can easily administer our streamlined assessments, make the correct interventions, monitor progress and generate actionable reports from one platform. Interested in learning more? Request a demo today.

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