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solve an addition/subtraction problem to determine their strategy
Look at their ability to subitize
hear them count across decades
Ask them to count backwards
Show me combos to 10 with their fingers - see if they could “flash” them all at once
Have them count something - appropriate for their level/age
Explain their thinking by showing their work clearly
count, mental math addition and multiplication with explanation of thinking
Depending on the grade level, interview and explain their strategy for solving a task
Count for younger students/and count across decades.
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count forward and backward, identifying numbers
Is this wireframe the same as / foundation for www.achievethecore.org/coherence-map ?
Are those "key ideas" also connected to the major works of each grade?
Thank you! Do you have any resources for tier 1 connected to the screener results?
Thanks for this information!
If a student scores low on their grade level screener, should they be assessed at a lower grade level?
If our district doesn’t use Forefront, how else can we change the trajectory of the students? Math Recovery?
Sorry- which book did you say? It cut out:)
You talked about videos coming along in the future. I look forward to this to increase the consistent implementation from teacher to teacher
What are your thoughts about pacing across the schoolyear and thinking specifically about the winter assessment. If topics haven't been covered in tier 1 yet when the assessment is given... I see the value in assessing anyway to see what students know, but do you have any other ideas or feedback about that?
I attended one of your webinars earlier this year, and I *think* I heard you say to NOT use the Fall Screener until at least 6 weeks into the school year. Is that right?
You may have already addressed this... apologies, but are these assessments normed?
Thank you so much!
Thanks so much! This was GREAT information.
yeah my question about the pacing was mostly related to grade 4 and 5...
Thank you again! Great information!
Thanks a lot. It has been great learning more deeply about the screeners and how to use them.
Thank-you very much!