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Implementation Tips for Arrive Math™ Booster​

Supplemental instruction to easily integrate with and enhance your classroom​

Arrive Math Booster give teachers the flexibility to reach more students on a personal level. With access to lessons that span K–8 designed for quick 15-minute differentiation, teachers can easily plan and implement small group instruction within several different instructional models without creating or searching for resources online. ​

Get additional implementation tips on how supplemental intervention resources can easily integrate with various classroom models.

Read the blog post "4 Rules & 3 Dimensions for Achievement in Supplemental Mathematics".

Small Group Table​​​

Arrive Math Booster makes pulling small groups meaningful and easy to plan. AS students work independently, teachers can pull students or small groups based on need. ​

  • Language lessons ensure students have acquired the needed academic vocabulary to access and understand a certain math concept.
  • ​Manipulative-based instruction within guided support provides opportunities for direct instruction aimed to develop and strengthen conceptual understanding ​
  • Digital instruction provides visual representation to bridge concrete models and abstract algorithms with video modeling and scaffolded practice problems. ​
  • Games allows for an engaging “back room” activity to further practice and apply concepts with their peers. 

Small Group Rotation​​​​

Arrive Math™ Booster provides a variety of instructional resources that help teachers build effective and efficient 15-minute rotations easily and with minimal preparation. The connected resources allow for a single skill focus or differentiated rotations based on needs.

​ Rotations can be used to support learning objectives as needed. Some learning objectives may include: ​
  • Weekly differentiation: Provide differentiated support for the week’s topic based on formative data.​
  • Chapter Preparation: Front-load pre-requisite stills to support chapter readiness.​
  • Chapter Review: Create differentiated rotations to prepare students for end of chapter assessment. ​

Playlist​​​​

Teachers can easily integrate supplemental activities and lessons into their playlists without having to create their own or search for specific lessons on the internet. Arrive Math Booster™ provide the following aligned supplemental lessons and activities that can seamlessly connect with and integrate into student playlists or centers to focus on a specific skill or standard.​

​Playlists can be used to support learning objectives on a monthly, daily, or weekly timeline. Some learning objectives may include: ​
  • Standards-based differentiation: assess standard proficiency and plan tasks based on student needs.​
  • Chapter Preparation: front-load pre-requisite stills to support chapter readiness.​
  • Chapter Review: create differentiated review activities to prepare students for end of chapter assessment