The Math Intervention Specialist certificate program will prepare K-12 teachers to identify students who need assistance in mathematics and to address the needs of these students through assessment-informed and focused interventions.

Participants will learn to identify students’ concept understanding and areas needing further development using quantifiable and research-based assessments.    Teachers will:

  • implementing research-based teaching methods;
  • effectively implement the use of manipulatives and models to maximize student learning in mathematics;
  • research and implement assessment-based and focused interventions;
  • implement continual progress monitoring through the use of data analysis and documentation of student learning; and
  • provide the leadership necessary to develop, implement, support, and maintain an appropriate math RTI program.

Completion of this Certificate requires  four UMF courses:

  • EDU 524 Advanced Math Methods (for K-8) OR EDU 561 Methods for Middle/Secondary Mathematics Education (for 7-12)
  • EDU 526 Assessment Course & Research-based Intervention Practices
  • EDU 527 Using Data for Teaching and Learning in Support of All Students in Mathematics
  • EDU 528 Leading the RTI Process in Mathematics

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Enroll in the Certificate in Math Intervention Specialist program

Enroll now into the Certificate in Math Intervention Specialist. All courses are offered using a blended format, with a combination of face-to-face class meetings and online study.

Register for a course in this program

Click on the Summer 2019 Registration Form to register for a Summer 2019 course. Registration opens March 11, 2019 for M.S.Ed and Certificate graduate students. Click here for information on Summer 2019 courses:

 

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Office of Graduate Studies
University of Maine at Farmington
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Mailing address:
Office of Graduate Studies
University of Maine at Farmington
111 South Street
Farmington, Maine 04938