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2007-20082007-2008

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Web-based Web-based mathematics mathematics programprogram

A collaboration A collaboration of Stanford of Stanford University and University and K-12 schoolsK-12 schools

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Mission: accelerate the learning of all students through highly individualized instruction

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Intelligent curriculum and course design◦Computer as intelligent agent, not media presentation tool

Analysis of learning data◦Using student responses and performance data from over 10 million completed exercises

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Embedded continual assessment ◦Using mathematical modeling to devise the optimal plan of achievement for each participant

Adaptive content◦Ongoing program updates and improvements

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Number Sense: IntegersNumber Sense: Decimals and Fractions

GeometryLogic and ReasoningMeasurementData/Statistics/Probability

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Continual assessment and review Sophisticated determination of mastery Standards-based curriculum

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One exercise on the screen

Second chance at each exercise with a hint where appropriate

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Practice and reviewMath racesReview exercises

New materialLecturesExercises

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…is available to administrators, teachers, parents, and students with any certified computer

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…can easily use this program to add the value of differentiation to their current instructional plan

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…stay engaged as independent learners

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…is always available

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Requires practice as a group Requires blending with all But, needs an individual to practice away from the group and then come back, ready to contribute

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A small group…

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Work to bring up his or her own skills

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Get stronger and practice on his or her own and get ready to play

Spend personal time in the weight room, practicing free throws, whatever can make the individual an asset to the team

This moves the individual forward as well as the team

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When an individual lifts personal skills through practice and hard work on targeted areas and gaps in skill

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Individual practice, differentiated as to the need

A stronger individual adds value to the group

Individuals get ready at different rates but all move forward

The group moves forward together

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Have Best Practices for implementation in place

Use this program together with teacher-led instruction to create a powerful duo

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Classroom Teacher Stanford Math

Standards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Standards Group instruction . . . . . . . . . Differentiated instruction

Collaboration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . IndependenceHands-on. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ComputerAsk questions. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Use resourcesFeedback. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Instant feedback

Unit by unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Distributed practice across strands

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Students begin to RETAIN information and to transfer what they have learned from the classroom setting to the computer setting and back

This continual review and assessment method helps students THINK about what they have learned

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At least 90-100 minutes per week Frequency per week: five 20-minutes

sessions or three 30-minute sessions are ideal

Part of curriculum, not an add-on Hold students accountable Encourage work outside of class Encourage transfer of content between

classroom instruction and computer instruction

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Lab/classroom combination each week Lab only Classroom stations After school Before school At home In community settings Mix and match all of the above

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Additional class period for computer assisted learning

After-school programs Before-school programs Stations in the classroom Labs At home In community settings Some combination of all above

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Individual assessment Mixed exercises that review prior

concepts Immediate feedback: a response

is either correct or incorrect Students use mastery of concepts

and resources to achieve success Self-motivation creates autonomy

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Monitor and track student progress

Change parameters to meet individual needs

Identify learning gaps Differentiation allows each

student to accelerate learning as appropriate

Detailed reports available for parents and students

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Detailed report of student progressUsed at parent-teacher conferences, sent

home with students, used for follow-up assignments

Parent information night can demonstrate program effectively

Partnership with employers of the student’s parents/guardians

School Website or Newsletter Tips for working from homeSchool lab availability

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…gives the best chance for student success