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Number Worlds

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Kristan Gallimore

on 17 January 2014

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Number Worlds
Grounded in cognitive developmental theory

Achievement gains that last a minimum of one year after program exposure

Extensively evaluated with low-income families and proven effective
Making Learning Fun!
Hands-on activities
Paper and Pencil Activities
Prevention Levels
Levels A-C
Pre-K through 1st grade
30 sequential weeks with weekly tests
Intervention Levels
Levels D-J
Grades 2-8
Four week units
Six units of study
Number Knowledge Test
Measures the intuitive knowledge of numbers in the average child

Located in the back of each assessment book

Pre, mid, or post assessment

Informal assessment information for IEP goals and SST data
Prevention Levels-Focus
Fundamental Concepts (Big Ideas)

counting and quality
conceptual structure for single digit numbers
linking between numbers and symbols
Intervention Levels
Level D: K-2
Level E: 1-3
Level F: 2-4
Level G: 3-5
Level H: 4-6
Level I: 5-7
Level J: 6-8
Lesson Structure
Warm Up
Computation practice
Skills assessment

Heart of the lesson
Introduce and develop new concepts with activity cards

Help students summarize their understanding

Summarize the evidence of student understanding
Formal Assessments
Placement Tests
Weekly Tests
Unit Tests
Cumulative Reviews
Number Knowledge Test
Informal Assessments
Rubric Checklists
Day-to-Day Observations
Engage Activities
Warm-Up Exercises
Overview of the Program
By: Kristan Gallimore
Building Blocks
e-Math Tools
Building Blocks
Individualized for each student
adjusts to the student's success or failure
based on learning goals
e-Math Tools
Electronic tools used to solve problems, test solutions, explore concepts, or demonstrate understanding.

For example:
addition table
number chart to 100
number line
Records daily formal and informal assessment results

Print student and class reports for grades or to share with parents
Online Resources
research and results
intervention kits and content

training PowerPoint
placement tests
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