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Accelerated Math Best Practices Student Goals and Motivation Refer to Goal History Report Handout (RP, p. 15 or Desktop, p. 20) Refer to Student Goal Chart Handout (p. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Student Goals and Motivation


1
Accelerated Math? Best Practices
  • Student Goals and Motivation

2
Why Set Goals?
  • Motivate students
  • Encourage students to be responsible for their
    own learning
  • Help you monitor progress
  • Keep students focused

3
Types of Goals
  • Number of objectives mastered
  • Average Practice correct
  • Average Regular Test correct
  • Other goals

4
Objectives Mastered Guidelines
  • Grades 1 and 2 2 objectives per week
  • Grades 3 and up 4 objectives per week

5
Percent Correct Guidelines
  • Set Average Percent Correct
  • On Practice at 75 (or higher)
  • On Regular Tests at 85 (or higher)
  • Enter goals so Accelerated Math can track
    student progress for you

6
Other Goals
  • Behavior
  • Time on task
  • Following routines
  • Organization
  • Help students remain committed to goals

7
Set Goals Together
  • Involve each student to encourage ownership
  • Meet with each student individually
  • Present your proposed goal
  • Discuss
  • Show support and build confidence
  • Complete the Student Math Plan together

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TOPS Report for Monitoring Progress
  • Teach students to view Overall Progress section
    to monitor goal progress on a daily basis
  • Look for
  • Total Objectives Mastered
  • Practice Average Percent Correct
  • Test Average Percent Correct

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More Tools for Monitoring Progress
  • Goal History Report
  • Teach students to chart progress with the Student
    Goal Chart

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Adjust Goals if Needed
  • Adjust goals during marking period if current
    goals are
  • Too ambitious Student is lagging behind and
    discouraged
  • Too easy Student is exceeding goals and is bored
  • Consider circumstances outside of class that may
    affect progress

15
Grades Based on Goals
  • Grading is a school or district decision
  • Consider using completion of goals as part of the
    math grade
  • Use the Goal History Report
  • Did the student reach his goals?

16
Create Ideas for Motivating Students
  • Goals are just one way to motivate
  • Success is the greatest motivator
  • Students feel successful when they practice math
    at the appropriate level
  • Immediate feedback from you and Accelerated Math
    provide the best student motivation

17
Celebrate Success
  • Chart class progress
  • Total objectives mastered
  • Class avg correct on Practice
  • Class avg correct on Regular Tests
  • Create a Math Wall of Fame for students who meet
    goals
  • Print Accelerated Math certificates
  • Hold graduation ceremony for completing a library

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True or False?
  • 1. The up-to-the-minute feedback provided by
    Accelerated Math motivates students and helps
    them achieve their goals
  • 2. On Regular Tests, an overall average of 80
    correct is the criteria for students to show
    proficiency

20
True or False?
  • 3. The Student Grouping Report helps you track
    student progress toward meeting goals.
  • 4. Creating a Math Wall of Fame is one way to
    celebrate math success.

21
Continuing Professional Development
  • Model Classroom certification
  • Using Accelerated Math with various types of
    learners
  • Using Accelerated Math in various settings
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