Tools for Effective Intervention

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    In this two-day NCTM Interactive Institute—focusing on specific strategies that support students who are having difficulties in mathematics—you'll explore mathematics tasks that build students’ conceptual understanding to create a foundation for skill development.

    Featuring elementary and secondary content, both will emphasize sense making through number flexibility, number sense, and operation sense.
    You'll leave with classroom-ready, rich tasks that can be used directly with your students. 

    Elementary Topics include:                           

    Place Value
    Word Problem Solving
    Foundations of Operations
    Algorithm Development 

    Secondary Topics include:          

    Ratios and Proportions
    Expressions and Equations
    Geometric Transformations  

    When: January 22–23, 2024

    DoubleTree by Hilton Nashville Downtown  
    315 4th Avenue North 
    Nashville, TN, 37219 

    Grade level: 2–12 (Elementary and Secondary strand) 

    Attendees will: 

    • Review the structure and features of common multi-tiered systems such as Response to Intervention (Rtl).
    • Engage in tasks to support teaching concepts of number, algebra, and geometry at grades 2–12 for students who struggle in mathematics. 
    • Investigate foundational concepts and skills to teach grade-level content. 
    • Explore instructional techniques that are evidence-based and enhance student achievement.  


    Elementary Strand 

    Karen Karp, Johns Hopkins University
    Delise Andrews, Lincoln Public Schools 

    Secondary Strand 

    Barbara Dougherty, Math Pathways, LLC 
    William DeLeeuw, Bringham Young University - Idaho  

    *Interested in bringing a group? Complete the Group Registration Form and return to [email protected]

    Interested in being a sponsor? Contact [email protected]