Make Math Intervention Moments: Elevating Expectations Of Our Students Who Struggle – Juliana Tapper
Are your 7-12th grade students many grade levels behind in math? Attend and learn the difference between “just in case” and “just in time” math intervention along with a step-by-step guide to follow as you create your own intervention plan while keeping the focus on grade level content in order to make more math moments for students who struggle. It can be done!
About Juliana Tapper
Math Intervention Specialist, CollaboratEd
Former high school math intervention teacher who helped her students go from 100% failing to 75% proficient on district benchmarks.
Juliana’s classroom and coaching experience in South Central Los Angeles, East San Jose, and Denver shows her passion for working with students in historically underserved communities. She has an unwavering belief that all students can succeed at high levels in mathematics and has been published in NCTM’s Journal, Mathematics Learning & Teaching, and is an in-demand national presenter at conferences including NCTM, ASCD, and more.
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