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Place value blocks are very helpful in teaching counting, number concepts, double-digit addition and subtraction. Place value concepts are more difficult to grasp and using these concrete manipulatives helps build understanding Sutton, J., & Krueger, A. (Eds) (2002). EDThoughts: What we know about mathematics teaching and learning. Aurora, CO: Mid-Continent Research for Education and Learning. How would you use Curriculum Based Measurement (CBM) when teaching multiplication fact families (e.g., times tables for 2, 3, 4)? Describe what you would do for each of the six steps of CBM. The CBM process is a clear outline that will work great for many subjects this is how I would use it in math for learning multiplication fact families. 1. For multiplication fact families I would create or select tests that allow the students to pass off a fact family for each number 1-10. The test will be a bell work assignment that
CBM data helps as a guide to teachers because it lets them know how well the student is performing. If a student has been progress monitored weekly and completes the lessons

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• Fall '16
• Kelli Moore
• Mathematics education, Van De Walle

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