Developmentally Appropriate Math Instruction


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What is the first step in finding appropriate instruction for children?

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1. What is NOT a great way to track progress for early learning math students?

2. How long does it take the brain to develop?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Gauge how much you know about developmentally appropriate math instruction in young learners with this quiz and worksheet assessment. You'll need to be familiar with such topics as math instructional strategies and brain development in order to complete this assessment.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You must be able to do the following to pass this quiz:

  • Recognize the first step in finding appropriate instruction for children
  • List great ways to track the progress of early learning math students
  • State how long it takes for the brain to develop
  • Define imitation
  • Describe a plan of action for a new class of 15 kindergarten students

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the lesson, such as the steps in finding appropriate instruction for children
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately define imitation
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding brain development

Additional Learning

Strengthen your understanding of this subject by reviewing the lesson titled Developmentally Appropriate Math Instruction. This lesson offers you the opportunity to learn more about:

  • What might halt brain development
  • What pre-K to first grade students should be able to count up to
  • Which math concepts should be understood by second- and third-graders
  • What tests are used to find out how a student learns and the level of their knowledge
  • How the scaffolding learning strategy is defined