Math – Renaissance-U Course

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Accelerated Math 2.0 Course Suite

Welcome to Accelerated Math 2.0

  • Tutorial: Why Accelerated Math?
  • Tutorial: What does Accelerated Math look like?
  • Tutorial: A look inside a real Accelerated Math classroom

Getting ready to use Accelerated Math

  • Tutorial: Preparing your classroom technology
  • Tutorial: Explore Accelerated Math from a student’s perspective
  • Tutorial: Finding the right fit
  • Activity: How students complete online assignments
  • Activity: How students use resources and the Math Glossary
  • Activity: How students review past assignments
  • Activity: Installing AccelScan scanning software
  • Activity: Connecting a Renaissance Receiver to your computer
  • Activity: Installing the Renaissance Responder software
  • Activity: How students score paper assignments in the software
  • Activity: Scoring paper assignments using AccelScan
  • Activity: How students use Renaissance Responders to complete paper assignments
  • Activity: How students use NEO 2 to complete paper assignments

Starting your implementation

  • Activity: Getting started with targeted practice
  • Activity: Practice adjusting groups for targeted practice
  • Implementation checklist: Getting started with targeted practice
  • Activity: Logging into to Renaissance Place
  • Activity: Setting up or changing student groups
  • Activity: Setting up new learning schedule for class groups
  • Activity: Standards, skills, and subskills
  • Activity: Starting the assignment cycle

Optimizing Your Implementation

  • Tutorial: Making initial decisions about student groups
  • Activity: Practice adjusting student groups
  • Tutorial: Making initial decisions about learning schedules
  • Activity: Practice building learning schedules
  • Tutorial: Making initial decisions about assignment plans
  • Implementation checklist: Optimizing grade-level practice (PDF)
  • Activity: Setting up or changing student groups
  • Activity: Setting up new learning schedules for class groups
  • Activity: Assignment plan setup for groups
  • Activity: Standards, skills, and subskills
  • Activity: Adding or removing subskills for a group of students
  • Activity: Starting the assignment cycle

First Steps for Instruction and Practice

  • Tutorial: Developing a routine for planning instruction and practice
  • Tutorial: Carrying out your plan for instruction and practice
  • Tutorial: Implementing routines with self-efficacy in mind
  • Activity: Investigating classroom routines that support your implementation
  • Share & Discuss: Which classroom routines have supported your Accelerated Math implementation most?
  • Tutorial: Building foundational skills through practice, testing, and review
  • Activity: Investigating the progress dashboard
  • Tutorial: Using the progress dashboard to plan every day
  • Teacher Talk: Checking in with students one-on-one
  • Activity: About the progress dashboard
  • Activity: Practice and tests
  • Activity: Addressing the intervene symbol
  • Activity: Monitoring assignment status
  • Activity: Viewing the sample problems, worked examples, and DOK tasks for a skill or subskill

Using Data to Adjust Instruction and Practice

  • Tutorial: An overview of the math dashboard
  • Activity: About the progress dashboard page
  • Activity: Using the math dashboard for Accelerated Math reporting and growth planning

Using Rich Mathematical Tasks

  • Tutorial: What is Depth of Knowledge?
  • Activity: Increasing the DOK level of grade-level tasks
  • Share & Discuss: Engaging more deeply with skills

Still have questions about Accelerated Math?

  • Activity: Frequently asked questions (PDF)
  • Activity: Working with a Renaissance Coach? (PDF)

 

Accelerated Math Live Course Suite

Welcome to Accelerated Math

  • Tutorial: Why Accelerated Math?

Getting ready to use Accelerated Math

  • Tutorial: Preparing your classroom technology
  • Tutorial: Explore Accelerated Math from a student’s perspective
  • Tutorial: Finding the right fit
  • Activity: How students complete online assignments
  • Activity: How students use resources and the Math Glossary
  • Activity: How students review past assignments
  • Activity: Installing AccelScan scanning software
  • Activity: Connecting a Renaissance Receiver to your computer
  • Activity: Installing the Renaissance Responder software
  • Activity: Downloading and installing the print plug-in
  • Activity: How students score paper assignments in the software
  • Activity: Scoring paper assignments using AccelScan
  • Activity: How students use Renaissance Responders to complete paper assignments
  • Activity: How students use NEO 2 to complete paper assignments

Making decisions about content for the grade-level classroom

  • Tutorial: Creating objective lists based on grade-level expectations
  • Activity: Accelerated Math getting ready checklist – Grade-level classrooms (PDF)
  • Activity: Your roadmap to a successful launch – Grade level practice (PDF)
  • Activity: Creating a new objective list

Making decisions about content for the fully differentiated classroom

  • Tutorial: Creating groups and objective lists for the fully differentiated classroom
  • Activity: Accelerated Math getting ready checklist – Fully differentiated classrooms (PDF)
  • Activity: Your roadmap to a successful launch – Fully differentiated practice (PDF)
  • Activity: Accessing the Accelerated Math library report
  • Activity: Adding groups in a class assignment book
  • Activity: Creating a new objective list

First steps for instruction and practice

  • Tutorial: Implementing routines with self-efficacy in mind
  • Tutorial: Building foundational skills through practice, testing, and review
  • Tutorial: Using the assignment book to plan every day
  • Teacher talk: Checking in with students one-on-one
  • Activity: Assigning objectives
  • Activity: Generating assignments
  • Activity: How students master objectives
  • Activity: Addressing the intervene symbol

Using data to adjust instruction and practice

  • Teacher talk: Using data to intervene and help students move forward
  • Activity: Accelerated Math reports
  • Activity: Which report should I use?

Still have questions about Accelerated Math?

  • Activity: Working with a Renaissance Coach? (PDF)

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