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Mathematics, the Common Core, and RTI

An Integrated Approach to Teaching in Today's Classrooms
First Edition
By: Dolores Burton, John Kappenberg

Finally a single, integrated approach to the Common Core and RTI, with real-world scenarios, work samples, online resources, and guidance on special-needs students and ELLs.

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  • Grade Level: PreK-12
  • ISBN: 9781452258379
  • Published By: Corwin
  • Year: 2013
  • Page Count: 208
  • Publication date: September 27, 2013

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Don’t let the revolution in math education pass your teachers by!

By now, most teachers have a shelf full of books, articles, and reports on the Common Core and RTI. But where’s the resource that addresses how the two fit together? Individually, the Common Core and RTI are formidable enough. Together, they create a “perfect storm” of challenges, with most teachers left wondering where to turn first.

Finally, here’s a guide that distills the central elements of the Common Core and RTI into a single, manageable resource that provides strategies for serving all students. You will find:

• Real-world scenarios based on actual school-based issues
• Multiple classroom-ready work samples
• Content-area applications of RTI, including math vocabulary and literacy
• A focus on instructional technology, with references to online resources in every chapter
• Preparation for future developments in state and national educational policy

With additional guidance on students with special needs, behavioral issues, English language learners, and parent involvement, this all-in-one resource gives your teachers a distinct advantage in providing the superior math instruction all students deserve.

"Burton and Kappenberg have done a great service to teachers by combining Common Core and RTI into one easy-to-use text."
—Deb Bible, RTI Interventionist
Dundee Highlands School, West Dundee, IL

“Anyone involved in the development of mathematic teachers and who is currently a mathematics teacher will find this book to be a resource to effectively unify instructional strategies to teach all students.”
—Satasha Green, Dean of Education
New York Institute of Technology



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Dolores Burton

Dolores Burton is a Fulbright scholar and professor and chair of teacher education at New York Institute of Technology. She was a public school teacher, school district administrator, and author of instructional software. Dr. Burton designed, delivered, and supervised professional development for teachers in grades k-12 in mathematics, literacy, science, differentiated instruction, action research, instructional technology and inclusive practices. She has organized symposia for educators on research based strategies to close the achievement gap of the traditionally underserved populations; African American males, English Language Learners, students with special needs, and others at-risk for academic failure. Her research interests include Response to Intervention, teacher preparation, (elementary through college), Common Core standards, professional development, using data to drive instruction, and the use of technology to teach all students especially those who have traditionally been underserved. She has published in numerous journals and consulted regionally, nationally, and internationally.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents


About the Authors

About the Contributors

Chapter 1. Introduction to Mathematics, the Common Core, and RTI

Chapter 2. Marching Together to Academic Success

Chapter 3. Universal Design and Mathematics: A Framework for RTI and Implementing the Common Core

Chapter 4. Progress Monitoring: Avoiding a Blind Date With Data by John Kappenberg and Harold J. Dean

Chapter 5. Connecting Mathematics and Literacy: If a Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words, How Many Words Is an Equation Worth? by Dolores Burton and Charlotte Rosenzweig

Chapter 6. English Language Learners by Dolores Burton and Andrea Honigsfeld

Chapter 7. Teaching Mathematics in an Inclusion Classroom Guided by the Common Core

Chapter 8. The Role of Parents Helping Students to Achieve by John Kappenberg and Helene Fallon

The Future of the Common Core and RTI





Price: $39.95
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