by Cynthia Warger | Sep 3, 2016 | Solve It!

Many students have difficulty trying to solve math word problems. Here is an example where a teacher models how to solve math word problems.Definition of ModelingPerforming a task correctly as others watch and listen carefully.Example of Modeling to Solve Math Word...
by Cynthia Warger | Sep 3, 2016 | Solve It!

Definition of Corrective Feedback: Locating and correcting students’ errors and explaining specifically what each error is and how it can be corrected. Vignette: Ms. Patrick reviews Jorge’s responses to the problems on the Mathematical Problem Solving Assessment...
by Cynthia Warger | Sep 3, 2016 | Solve It!

Definition of Generalization: Transfer of learning to a new task, setting, or situation. Example: Sharla, a student with learning disabilities, uses the Solve It! routine to solve problems successfully in the general education math classroom. She has difficulty using...
by Cynthia Warger | Sep 3, 2016 | Solve It!

Cueing/PromptingDefinition of Cueing and Prompting: Verbal, written, or visual reminders that guide or give direction to students to respond correctly.Example: Ms. Williams provides appropriate cues and prompts during acquisition and application of new skills and...
by Cynthia Warger | Sep 3, 2016 | Exceptional Innovations

When students fail to demonstrate the critical classroom behaviors or the peer-to-peer social skills, they often display certain patterns of problem or inappropriate behavior. In order to effectively teach social skills to replace problem behaviors, it is useful to...