This course is about how to design and implement effective math interventions. We will look at various assessments, intervention implementation plans, and differentiated activities to provide scaffolded access to grade level standards. We explore various teaching formats and ongoing formative assessments that provide struggling students with the assistance they need. So often, educators are left to figure out what to do on their own. This course will give you a path to follow. The price includes full access to the course and materials. You must pay $50 to Humboldt for the 1 unit credit.
The University does not issue transcripts until the end of May.
If you want to take the course for credit, you must email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will then send you the link to register with the university.
"Subject Area & Catalog": EED x701
"Class Number, 5-digit code": 27260
"Instructor Last Name": Newton
"Course Title/Topic": Math Intervention in Action K-5
Dr Nicki has an Ed.M. and an Ed.D from the Department of Curriculum and Teaching at Teachers College, Columbia University specializing in Teacher Education and Curriculum Development. She uses her strong understanding of curriculum to address the differentiated needs of all students in her work with teachers and administrators. Dr. Nicki builds upon current curriculum research and theory to provide practical, realistic 21st century strategies in today’s classrooms. Dr. Newton is greatly interested in teaching and learning practices around the world and has researched education in Denmark, Guatemala and India.