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K-2 Developmental Math Assessment (DMA)Directions for Administration: This assessment is meant to be administered by the teacher with an individual student. Teachers should gather the needed materials then move through the sample tasks in order. This tool is meant to be used for assessment, so teachers should resist the urge to teach during the assessment. Tasks increase in difficulty and complexity, therefore the teacher should use judgment about how far to continue with the assessment, or with any particular section, to avoid student frustration. The teacher should take notes about what the student does with each given task. The more detailed the notes, the better the RTI team can diagnose the student’s immediate needs for intervention. It is also helpful to highlight particular tasks that were difficult for the student or when the student responded with “I don’t know” or gives an incorrect answer. After administration, cross-check these tasks with the Math RTI Guidance Tool for grades K-2nd in order to find specific areas for intervention and instruction.
Who should be administered this assessment? The tasks in this assessment are drawn from the CCGPS for grades K-2nd. Therefore this assessment could be used with struggling 1st-3rd graders and for students in grades 4th-5th who become frustrated with tasks on the 3rd-4th grade DMA.DMA K-2 Teacher Packet
Who should be administered this assessment? The tasks in this assessment are drawn from the CCGPS for 3rd-4th grades. Therefore this assessment could be used with struggling 4th and 5th graders and on/above grade-level 3rd graders.DMA 3rd-5th Teacher Packet Choosing a Math RTI Intervention Focus