# Math Intervention

A collection of ideas, strategies, and resources for implementing math intervention in middle school math

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How to Improve Students' Math Skills in Just 5 Minutes Per Day

Improve students' math skills in just 5 minutes per day with these strategies. Teachers and students asking how to be good at math have found their answer! Read why 5 minutes a day is perfect, then dive into some teaching strategies for teaching middle or high school math. Skill Drills are amazing!

Why You Should Use Math Skill Drills This Year

Are you looking for a way to help your middle school math students develop a strong number sense? Free to Discover Math Skill Drills are an excellent tool for doing just that! Read more about why your students need strong number sense, how Skill Drills can help, and how to incorporate differentiation. Plus, find 3 free resources included! #freetodiscover #math

Slope from Two Points Digital Scavenger Hunt for Google Drive

Excellent resource for distance learning. Students will determine the slope of the line that passes through the 2 given points. This Google-friendly resource features a drag-and-drop style scavenger hunt in which one answer leads to the next and so on. Aligned to standards for 8th grade math and Algebra I. Middle school and high school math students will enjoy this motivating, self-checking math activity via their tech devices. Created by Free to Discover.

Real Numbers Notes Practice and Assessments Bundle

This 8th grade math Real Numbers Bundle contains differentiated notes and practice for each lesson related to real numbers. Topics include the real number system, properties of real numbers, operations with integers and rational numbers, repeating decimals, square and cube roots, and estimating radicals. By Free to Discover.

5 Benefits of Partners in the Classroom

Free to Discover the Common Core: 5 Awesome Benefits of Partners in the Classroom - It is so important to provide students with a variety of learning experiences in order to meet the needs of different learning styles and to keep students engaged. Students engage in various activities individually, in pairs, in small groups, and as a whole class. In my eighth grade math classes, one of my favorite ways to group my students is in pairs.

Homework in the Middle School Math Classroom

Homework in the middle school math classroom is a positive thing when executed correctly! Click to read some pro-homework tips and get real advice for giving homework to your teen math students. My third idea may help eliminate some of your teacher guilt! By Free to Discover.

Differentiation 2.1

Differentiation IS for every classroom. However, the degree to which you differentiate is up to you. Are you looking for specific ways to differentiate instruction in your middle school math classroom? My blog series' on differentiation will give you concrete ideas and instructions that you can implement right away. Check out this Differentiation 2.1 post on differentiating note-taking in middle school math. By Free to Discover.

Discovery-Based Learning

Do your middle school math students struggle to really understand the concepts? Do they rely primarily on memorization to help them get by? Consider this argument for discovery-based learning and get a sense of where to start when designing your own inquiry lessons. Great way to build understanding! By Free to Discover.

Strategies and Activities for Teaching Slope and Rate of Change

What does skiing have to do with undefined slope? I share a personal story with my students each year to help them remember the slope of a vertical line. This blog post features 4 creative strategies and activities for teaching rate of change and slope in eighth grade math or Algebra 1. Ideas include anecdotes, visuals, differentiation, and more. By Free to Discover. #rateofchange #slope

Differentiation 2.1

The series continues with tips for differentiating note taking in the middle school math classroom. Follow the links to get caught up on Edition 1. Strategies and resources are discussed so that you can meet the needs of all of your middle school math students this school year. By Free to Discover.