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Numeracy Update - May 1, 2013
Transcript of Numeracy Update - May 1, 2013
Academic: 8% (72% to 80%)
Applied: 10% (30% to 40%) Interventions 4-week After School Numeracy Program (January - February) Tracking
Progress EQAO ASSESSMENT EQAO Math Prep Days Monday, June 3rd & Tuesday, June 4th Numeracy Update Grade 9 Applied (32 students) November Median: 79.5 (6 students below 60)
April Median: 74.5 (4 students below 60) Grade 9 Academic/Pre-AP (195 students) November Median: 63 (72 students below 60)
April Median: 72 (47 below 60) After School Math Clinic (Wednesdays) 4 students switched from the Academic to the Applied level (current marks: 69, 70, 80, 89) coincide with Grade 9 Geography trips Tues. May 21st & Wed. May 22nd all students not on the trip will be participating in a full day of math review and EQAO preparation all regular Grade 9 classes will be cancelled; instead, Grade 9 teachers will be asked to supervise the classes of teachers involved in running the math prep day during the periods they would normally teach the Grade 9s Grade 9s come in at the regular time and write from 8:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. Classes for all students will begin at 9:55am (P1, P2, P4: 45 min classes, P3: 80 min class) ELL and Resource students, who are allowed double time, will continue writing during Period 1 If you would like to assist the math department in the administration of the EQAO assessment, let Lori know If possible, try to incorporate... creating or interpreting tables of values and graphs; look for trends; lines of best fit; make predictions have students "justify their answer" when responding to questions; how do they know they are correct? problem-solving skills