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5 techniques a math teacher can use to monitor students'

1. Describe and discuss how to adjust guided and independent pratice for the skill or concept seleced for a math class that is appropriate for:
a. Students experiencing difficulty understanding the skill or concept.
b. Students progressing at a faster rate than average.

2. Include five techniques appropriate for monitoring student performance in order to adjust interactive instruction based on an analysis student performance during different phases of direct instruction (e.g., daily review and prerequisite checks, presentation of new concepts, guided practice, independent practice, periodic reviews).

3. Describe and discuss how you might adjust instruction using information gained from two of the monitoring techniques from part B2 to reteach, remediate, and/or accelerate student performance as feedback data directs.

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1. Describe and discuss how to adjust guided and independent pratice for the skill or concept seleced for a math class that is appropriate for:
a. Students experiencing difficulty understanding the skill or concept.

For students experiencing difficulty understanding the skill or concept I would first develop an individual educational assessment for the child to ascertain what specific areas of concern need to be addressed regarding their deficiency. Once the problem has been defined I would tailor my lesson plans toward incorporating extra time for these students as well as questions that adhere to their individual learning styles to ensure that the child is able to understand the skill or concept in accordance to their learning style.

b. Students progressing at a faster rate than average.

For exceptional students more advanced than others in the class I would first utilize these students to assist other students in their learning, which would further hone their skills and concept of the subject matter. Next I would ensure that my lesson plan has more challenging concepts and assignments for these students to keep their interest as well as provide cognitively stimulating work for these advanced children.

2. Include five techniques appropriate for monitoring student performance in order to adjust interactive instruction based on an ...

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This solution offers 5 techniques that a math teacher could use when attempting to monitor the progress of students who are struggling with the lesson plan.

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