Pedagogy of Arrive Math™ Booster
Research- based supplemental intervention resources, provided in print-based and complementary digital formats, provide teachers with flexible lessons and resources for grade levels K–8 to provide the instruction needed to close gaps in student understanding.
Arrive Math Booster provides teachers with a comprehensive set of lessons and activities to supplement regular core instruction, including:
- Activities that can be completed in whole group, small group or individually
- An appropriate mix of teacher-guided instruction, assignable student-driven lessons and games
- A balance between tactile, online and print-based learning moments
- Opportunities for students to make real world connections and deepen their understanding
According to university researchers Moreno and Duran, the most effective learning Environments are multi-modal, which combines verbal and non-verbal representations of knowledge, and use a combination of visual and auditory inputs. Multimodal supports can also take the form of gesture, physical manipulatives, virtual manipulatives, or kinesthetic activities.Students experience a combination of verbal, nonverbal, visual, and kinesthetic cues throughout Arrive Math Booster mini-lessons. Below is a table summarizing the modalities prevalent in each section of the lesson: