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2020 winner of the Public Choice competition
The purpose of the Measuring Early Mathematical Reasoning Skills (MMaRS) project is to provide teachers in Grades K-2 with technically rigorous classroom assessment resources from which they can gather data about students’ development of understanding in Numerical Relational Reasoning and Spatial Reasoning.
In this video, we describe the importance of these early mathematics constructs, illustrate the iterative nature of our research to articulate and empirically validate learning progressions, and share prototypical classroom assessment tasks designed to elicit student thinking and reasoning in the constructs.
RME's annual conference synthesizes the latest education policy, and presents practical solutions for K-12 mathematics educators.
Response to Intervention Resources
RME's work with TEA includes the state's guidance project delivered via a mobile app and website and has since expanded to include five webinars by leading experts in Rlt.