Math isn’t magic: How to build keen and confident math students
A fear of math is far too common. While many of us are inadvertently stifled in our ways of thinking and doing mathematics, it doesn’t have to be that way. This compilation of Teach. Learn. Grow. blog posts by NWEA math experts will walk you through how to support all your students in building a positive math identity and a lifelong love of learning.View ebook
Educators at Lewis F. Mayer middle school discuss the significant increase they’ve in math summative test scores since adding MAP Accelerator to their instructional strategies to address unfinished learning.
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Funded by Microsoft’s AI for Accessibility Grant, NWEA joined with Perkins Access, Governor Morehead School, and Sonja Steinbach, a math educator who works with students with vision disabilities. Together, they embarked on a unique research partnership to make middle school mathematics assessments more accessible for students with vision impairments.
In the wake of instructional challenges faced over the past two school years, NWEA, the Center for Analysis of Longitudinal Data in Education Research (CALDER) at the American Institutes for Research (AIR), and the Center for Education Policy and Research (CEPR) at Harvard University have partnered with a coalition of large school districts across the country to help determine which COVID recovery interventions are working and to what extent.
A 4-page document outlining the user norms for MAP Growth tests in Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Geometry. Includes details on how the user norms were developed, how user norms differ from national representative norms, and what years of data were used to craft them. Detailed charts are included that cover fall to winter, Fall to spring, and winter to spring norms.
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A 4-page document outlining the user norms for MAP Growth Integrated Math I, II, and III. Includes details on how the user norms were developed, how user norms differ from national representative norms, and what years of data were used to craft them. Detailed charts are included that cover fall to winter, Fall to spring, and winter to spring norms.
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This study continues NWEA research into how COVID-19 has affected student learning. It builds on previous research showing achievement levels dropping drastically over the 2020–21 school year, then beginning to rebound in the 2021–22 school year when achievement gains mirrored pre-pandemic trends.
Learn how the MAP Suite early learning solution from NWEA can support your district’s commitment to helping students in grades K–3 learn to read and develop early math skills.