Hello. My name is Robert Chace and I’m the math intervention teacher here at Ranger School. Math intervention is simply another way of saying extra help. The goal is make certain that all students are able to experience success in the classroom. Occasionally, students need a boost, a gap filled in, a skill strengthened, or just a second explanation to a math problem. In math intervention we use manipulatives, math models, and some computer based instruction to help make abstract concepts more concrete.
Math interventions will usually be conducted in my room, in small groups (4 to 6 students), 3 to 4 times per week for 30 minutes per session. Your child’s classroom teacher and I will coordinate planning to best meet the needs of your child. Additionally, I will also be focusing on supporting your child’s classroom teacher in implementing the Common Core math standards and the Eureka math program.
Ranger School, room 403