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Keymath™-3 Essential Resources

 

Overview: A comprehensive math intervention program

Age Range: Grade: Students who are developing math concepts and skills typically introduced in grades K-5/6

Administration: Two levels of instruction: Level 1 (K-grade 2) and Level II (grades3-5/6).

Audience: Math teachers, Special Education teachers, math coaches, resource room staff, paraprofessionals

Completion Time: Each lesson designed for a 30-40 minute class period

Publication Date: 2008

 
 
 

Product Details

Read about the companion KeyMath-3 Diagnostic Assessment.

KeyMath™-3 Essential Resources (KeyMath-3 ER) offers a comprehensive math intervention program containing hundreds of lessons, student practice sheets, and brief tests. As a companion to the KeyMath-3 Diagnostic Assessment (KeyMath-3 DA), KeyMath-3 ER gives educators ready access to effective and engaging intervention materials tailored to the individual’s learning needs. Through the KeyMath-3 DA ASSIST™ software, test results link directly to KeyMath-3 ER lessons and practice materials, which can be easily accessed with a click of the mouse!

Recommended Uses

KeyMath-3 ER can be used effectively in a variety of settings and with different student populations. The program’s comprehensive scope enables you to use it over an extended period of time as a supplement to regular classroom instruction. Alternatively, teachers can select lessons on particular topics to provide targeted intervention for individual students or small groups. Students who will benefit from the program include at-risk students, those performing below grade level, and those struggling with specific concepts.

This flexible program provides:

  • Coverage of three content areas: foundational math concepts, operational skills, problem solving
  • Ten instructional strands: Numeration, Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, Data Analysis and Probability, Mental Computation and Estimation, Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication and Division, Foundations of Problem Solving, Applied Problem Solving
  • Large-format instructional easels that include nearly 900 pages of colorful Lesson Displays
  • More than 350 lessons accompanied by 1,200 Guided Practice and Independent Practice sheets
  • Supplementary materials, including a spinner, number tiles, hundreds chart, and grid paper to ease lesson preparation and enhance instruction
  • Progress-monitoring tools:
    • Readiness tests to assess students’ preparedness for each unit
    • Review and Mastery tests to evaluate student learning
    • Alternative Assessments for one-on-one administration with students who may have difficulty completing the paper/pencil Review and Mastery tests independently
    • Student Progress Report to record test scores for all completed units

Benefits for You and Those You Serve

  • Clear, well organized lessons featuring easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions
  • Effective modeling of new concepts and skills
  • Hands-on exploration of new concepts through the use of common manipulatives
  • Scripted explanation of key terms, ensuring accurate presentation of important math concepts
  • Frequent use of open-ended questions to engage students in critical thinking
  • Problem-solving activities that challenge students to explain their thought processes
  • Lessons adaptable for large group, small group, or one-on-one use
  • Direct link from KeyMath-3 DA results
  • Multiple tools for assessing the effectiveness of instruction
  • Easy-to-use CD containing practice sheets, tests, lesson displays, and supplementary materials
  • Alignment with all tiers of the RTI framework

Administration Materials

  • Manual
  • 4 Instructional Easels (2 per level)
  • Half-page opaque and full-page transparent easel clip-in
  • CD for each level, containing several hundred optionally selected masters for guided and independent practice. The disc also contains unit-level assessment materials for monitoring the progress of each student.

Resources

Watch a video of KeyMath–3 DA and KeyMath–3 ER in action!

Training

Pre-recorded Webinars

  • KeyMath-3 Essential Resources and RTI

    Presenter: Maggie Kjer, PhD

    Learn about how the KeyMath-3 Essential Resources works and how to use it within your RTI model. This webinar will cover in detail the link between the KeyMath-3 Diagnostic Assessment and the KeyMath-3 Essential Resources. See how simple it is to go from assessment results to an intervention plan all with the click of a mouse.

    Date: Sep 13, 2010

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FAQs

Questions

Frequently asked questions follow. Click on a question to see the response.

KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment

  • I've been using the KeyMath Revised/NU for years. Why should I upgrade to the KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment?

    The KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment offers several new features, including the following:

    • Updated and expanded norms. The new norms are based on data collected in the spring and fall of 2006. Age norms now range from 4 years 6 months through 21 years 11 months.
    • New item content and a new subtest organization align the assessment with current national math standards.
    • The addition of pre-algebra and algebra content makes the assessment more relevant for students at higher grade levels.
    • Alignment with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Principles and Standards for School Mathematics, published in 2000.
  • Is the KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment aligned with my state standards?

    Yes. The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) published Principles and Standards for School Mathematics in 2000 and the Curriculum Focal Points in 2006. These documents have become the industry standard, as most states use them as guidelines when developing their standards. The KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment is designed around the NCTM standards, and thus, the assessment matches up well to state standards.

  • How can the KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment be used to monitor progress for students struggling in math?

    The KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment includes two versions (Form A and Form B) that can be administered in alternating sequence every 3 months. With the addition of the new Growth Scale Values (GSVs), the assessment provides an accurate measure of student progress across a wide range of math concepts and skills. The new Progress Monitoring Report, which is generated automatically with the KeyMath 3 ASSIST™ Scoring and Reporting Software, plots student performance in each of the three KeyMath 3 areas―basic concepts, operations, and applications―as well as total test performance.

  • How does the KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment fit into the new response to intervention (RTI) model?

    The ASSIST Scoring and Reporting Software includes a Progress Monitoring Report that describes progress in three important ways. It (a) shows the amount of change across assessment administrations, (b) provides information as to whether a student's progress over administrations is significantly greater than 0 (no growth), and (c) compares a student's growth rate with the expected growth rate of the representative population (by grade or age).

  • Isn't the KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment for special-education students?

    Although the previously published KeyMath Revised/NU has been used extensively in special-education classrooms, it is clear that its benefits as a comprehensive measure of mathematical ability extend well to the general-education environment. The KeyMath Revised/NU is currently used by Title 1 programs and in resource rooms around the country. The KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment, with the addition of algebra content and progress-monitoring components (both of which are critical to assisting general-education students who struggle with math), is relevant and useful in a broad range of classroom settings.

  • How often can I administer the assessment to a student?

    The KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment can be administered as often as every 3 months when alternating the Form A and Form B versions.

  • Can I administer individual subtests?

    Each KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment subtest provides important information about a student's level of functioning in a particular strand of mathematics. Subtest performance can be used to design instructional intervention and to prioritize intervention topics. The decision to administer only one or two KeyMath 3 subtests should be limited to cases in which the practitioner has determined the area of greatest need and wants to obtain a greater degree of specificity about the student's ability in that area. Individual subtest administration is not recommended for measuring and reporting progress over time. KeyMath 3 area (basic concepts, operations, and applications) and total test scores, which are highly reliable, are best suited to accurately report student progress.

  • Can I administer individual areas?

    Each of the three KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment areas (basic concepts, operations, and applications) provides a comprehensive and reliable measure of math proficiency. The decision to administer one particular area should be limited to cases in which the practitioner has identified the area of greatest need and wants to target intervention to that area. In such cases, the practitioner should limit retesting to that area because this is the most direct and efficient way to assess the success of the intervention and the student's progress.

  • Why is the administration time so long?

    The KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment is a comprehensive measure of mathematical ability that is designed to meet the needs of a wide range of students. There is nothing else like it available. With a single administration, a practitioner can comprehensively and accurately measure the math proficiency and conceptual knowledge of any student from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. The assessment uses an adaptive administration procedure that adjusts to an individual's functional level. The assessment's feedback to practitioners and parents is detailed, rich, and most important, immediately actionable.

    Administration times for the entire battery of subtests range from 30 to 90 minutes, depending on the student's grade level. Practitioners who have identified a student's area of greatest need (e.g., general conceptual knowledge, computational skills, etc.), may elect to administer only the subtests that correspond to that particular area, which will result in a shorter administration time. The table below shows estimated KeyMath 3 administration times, by area and grade.

    Estimated Administration Time (in Minutes), by Area and Grade
       Grade
    Basic Concepts
    Operations
    Applications
       Pre-K
    10-15
    0-5
    5-10
       K
    15-20
    0-5
    5-10
       1
    20-25
    5-10
    10-15
       2
    30-35
    5-10
    10-15
       3
    35-40
    10-15
    15-20
       4
    40-45
    10-15
    15-20
       5
    40-45
    15-20
    15-20
       6
    40-45
    15-20
    15-20
       7
    40-45
    15-20
    15-20
       8
    40-45
    20-25
    15-20
       9-12+
    40-45
    20-25
    15-20
    Note. Values estimated from standardization data.
  • How was the KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment normed?

    Normative data were obtained in 2006, with a large sample consisting of approximately 4,000 individuals representing U.S. demographics by sex, race, socioeconomic status, region, and disability condition. The norm sample ranges in age from 4 years 6 months through 21 years 11 months. Both age norms and grade (fall and spring) norms are available.

  • Can I obtain samples of the assessment items?

    Sample items corresponding to three of the KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment subtests (Algebra, Applied Problem Solving, and Mental Computation and Estimation) are available at the KeyMath 3 web page. The items are not actual items from the assessment but provide an accurate depiction of item content and difficulty.

  • Is the KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment aligned with NCTM's Principles and Standards for School Mathematics, published in 2000?

    Yes. In fact, as is shown in the table below, the five NCTM content standards are represented almost verbatim in the five KeyMath 3 Basic Operations subtests. Because of the importance of assessing math operations, they remain as stand-alone subtests in the KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment.

     

    Alignment of the KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment With Current NCTM Standards
       NCTM Standards                                         KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment
       Number and Operations    Numeration
       Algebra    Algebra
       Geometry    Geometry
       Measurement    Measurement
       Data Analysis and Probability    Data Analysis and Probability
       Note. NCTM = National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

    In addition, the following five NCTM process standards are incorporated in KeyMath 3 items throughout each of the 10 subtests: Communication, Connections, Problem Solving, Reasoning and Proof, and Representation.

  • Does the KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment include a screener?

    The KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment is a comprehensive, individually administered measure of mathematical ability that is designed to be a diagnostic tool with specific, actionable results. However, in instances where the breadth of diagnostic information is not necessary, it is recommended that practitioners administer the five Basic Concepts subtests (Numeration, Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, and Data Analysis and Probability). These subtests cover a broad range of math concepts and provide a level of accuracy that is appropriate for making placement decisions. Administration of only the Basic Concepts subtest also reduces administration time. For students in the early elementary grades (pre-K–2nd grade), administration times ranges from 15 to 30 minutes. for students in 3rd grade and above, administration times range from 35 to 45 minutes.

  • Why does the Diagnostic Assessment specify content through Grade 9? Why that grade and not another?

    Generally speaking, most states mandate that all high school graduates receive instruction in math through Algebra. At the same time, with Algebra being conceived as a strand that begins in kindergarten, it's not clear to say that KeyMath content culminates in Algebra. So, we identify that the content contains material through what's commonly viewed as grade 9 level material. This is generally considered the point at which the foundations of math are completed and students who move in math begin to explore specific areas of math with coursework in geometry, algebra, trigonometry, etc.

KeyMath 3 ASSIST Scoring and Reporting Software

  • When will the KeyMath 3 ASSIST Scoring and Reporting Software be available?

    The KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment will publish September 14, 2007 and the KeyMath 3 ASSIST software will release just a few weeks later on October 18, 2007. Practitioners who order KeyMath kits prior to publication will be shipped their testing easels, manual and record forms when they publish on September 14th. They will be able to begin testing immediately upon receiving their kits but will need to handscore the assessments at that time. When released, ASSIST will automatically ship to all customers who ordered the scoring and reporting software in their kit.

  • Why do I need the ASSIST software? I've always used the hand-scoring method, and that has worked fine.

    The KeyMath 3 ASSIST software ensures that reports are generated accurately on the basis of the data that the practitioner inputs into the application. In addition, the ASSIST software provides the following reports and information, which are otherwise unavailable:

    • Progress Report Charts an examinee's progress and provides an analysis of his or her growth. Progress is reported using growth scale values (GSVs), which allow practitioners to track individuals' improvement over time (i.e.; across multiple test administrations). GSVs for each of the three KeyMath 3 DA areas and the Total Test are presented in the graphical and tabular formats.

       

    • Item and Functional-Range Analysis Identifies KeyMath 3 DA items that fall within an individual's functional range, identifies items that may require particular attention, and presents the behaviorial objective measured by each of the items included in the analysis. In addition, the report identifies appropriate lessons contained in the KeyMath 3 ER.
    • Narrative Report Provides a description of an examinee's KeyMath 3 DA subtest, area, and Total Test scores. It includes explanations of percentile ranks and descriptive categories (e.g., well-above average, average, below avreage) and describes an examinee's mathematical performance in relation to a nationally representative sample of individuals of the same grade or age.
    • Parent/Caregiver Letter This one-page letter provides a means of communicating an examinee's test to his or her parents or caregivers. It briefly describes the various features of the test and provides content area and Total Test percentile ranks and descriptive categories, which are useful in identifying and communicating an examinee's test performance.
    • Link to KeyMath 3 Essential Resources The KeyMath 3 ASSIST software also provides a direct link to the KeyMath 3 ER. ASSIST users who have purchased the KeyMath 3 ER will be able to access appropriate, examinee-specific instructional material with the click of a button. The KeyMath 3 ER exercises and practice activities can be used to develop a customized instructional program.
  • What other types of information and reports are available with the KeyMath 3 ASSIST Scoring and Reporting Software?

    The KeyMath 3 ASSIST software includes the following options for interpreting results:

     

    • Score Summary. Presents all KeyMath 3 DA norm-referenced scores (for the Total Test, each of the three content area, and each of the 10 subtests) in a single comprehensive table.
    • Score Profile. Provides an excellent tool for identifying and prioritizing instructional programs. Subtest scale scores and area and Total Test standard scores are plotted on a graph, enabling the practitioner to easily and quickly identify an examinee's lowest and highest areas of functioning.
    • Area Comparisons. Enables the practitioner or researcher to determine whether an examinee's performance differs significantly across KeyMath 3 DA content areas.
    • Focus Items. Provides a tool for identifying items that may require particular attention on the part of the practitioner. For example, an item to which an examinee responded incorrectly that falls below his or her functional range may indicate a specific gap in understanding of prerequisite skills and concepts.
  • Does the KeyMath 3 ASSIST software include Growth Scale Values (GSVs)?

    Yes. The ASSIST Progress Monitoring Report includes a table of GSV scores, by area and total test, for each KeyMath 3 administration. GSV scores are plotted on a graph that includes the developmental growth curve of the normative population. In addition, a least-squares regression line is plotted, which quantifies the individual's rate of growth and can be compared with the rate of change in the normative population. Finally, this report provides a means of evaluating response to intervention by indicating whether the examinee's gain exceeds the level that can be attributed to measurement error.

  • Can I cut and paste text from the ASSIST Narrative Report into a Microsoft Word document?

    Yes. Text and images can be copied directly from the ASSIST report viewer into Microsoft Word or other Microsoft Office applications (e.g., Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).

     

    • To copy text, users can select "Export" from the report viewer to export a document in Rich Text Format (RTF). The RTF document can be saved as is, or the user may elect to manually copy and paste parts of the document into another document.
    • To copy graphs or charts, users can select "Export" from the report viewer and then select the "Export to PDF" option. The PDF document can be saved as is, or the user may elect to manually copy and paste individual images into another document.
  • Do I have to enter in each item into the ASSIST software to get the reports, or can I just enter in the raw scores?

    Both item entry and raw score entry options are available.

  • Can I track multiple students with ASSIST reports?

    The KeyMath 3 ASSIST software application does not include a group reports option. However, the application allows users to export results, which can be analyzed with most statistical software applications.

KeyMath 3 Essential Resources

  • The old KeyMath Teach and Practice (TAP) includes hundreds of worksheets. It seems like there are fewer materials in the new KeyMath 3 Essential Resources program. Why is that?

    The KeyMath 3 Essential Resources program, which replaces the previously published KeyMath Teach and Practice (TAP) product, actually contains more curriculum material—more than 2,700 pages of content—than does its predecessor. The table below shows the KeyMath 3 Essential Resources content breakdown.

     

     

    KeyMath 3 Essential Resources Content Breakdown
       Level   

        Easels: cluster overviews, lessons and student displays

       Guided practice and independent practice sheets

     Readiness tests, posttests, and mastery test

       1    400    840    164
       2    400    785    144

    During research, teachers expressed that they appreciated the convenience of accessing teaching material electronically via CD-ROM. As such, the KeyMath Essential Resource program includes a software application that provides easy-to-navigate content folders. The software tool is a necessary component of the program because, in print form, the materials would easily require three 3-inch binders.

  • Is the KeyMath 3 Essential Resources program only for instruction with one student or can I teach more than one student at a time?

    The KeyMath 3 Essential Resources materials are designed for maximum flexibility and allow teachers to teach to multiple students at one time. The easel presentation of the student activity displays is designed for use with smaller groups of 1-5 students. When working with 6 or more students, teachers may elect to access the same material via the CD-ROM. Thus, teachers have the option to print the pages and use them as blackline masters (for use with projectors such as "Elmos") or as transparencies (for use with standard overhead projectors). Materials can also be added to Microsoft PowerPoint files and presented electronically with a computer and a compatible projector.

  • What is the difference between guided practice and independent practice?

    Guided practice sheets are intended for use by the student during classroom instruction and under the supervision of the teacher. Most often, these sheets contain item content that is the same as or similar to the content included in the easel. Independent practice worksheets are intended for use by the student independent of the teacher. Students may use these during class time, in a study hall, or as homework.

  • What is the difference between readiness tests, posttests, and mastery tests?

    Readiness tests are administered prior to the lesson being taught to determine whether the student has the prerequisite skills necessary to learn the applicable concept(s). Posttests are administered after all activities in the lesson have been taught to determine whether the student has grasped the concept(s). In cases where a student did not grasp the required concept(s), the teacher should re-teach the lesson as necessary. Mastery tests are used to determine whether a student has mastered the applicable concept(s).

  • Does the KeyMath 3 Essential Resources program include manipulatives?

    Some of the program lessons require manipulatives that are commonly found in classrooms (e.g., rulers, cubes, etc). Manipulatives are not provided as part of the KeyMath 3 Essential Resources product.

  • I'm not buying the KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment. Can I still use the KeyMath3 Essential Resources program?

    Yes. Users who do not purchase the KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment will not have a direct link to appropriate curriculum activities in the KeyMath 3 Essential Resources but can use the program nonetheless.

    The Essential Resources software contains an easy-to-navigate library of materials, including practice and assessment materials. Users can navigate through the cluster and lesson content to determine which materials are appropriate for a particular student. Readiness tests are available to determine whether a student has the prerequisite skills required to learn the concept(s) in a particular concept cluster. The Essential Resources software also includes a preview function that allows users to view a page before printing it.

  • Is the old KeyMath Teach and Practice (TAP) compatible with the KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment?

    The KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment contains new item content and a new subtest organization. In addition, the KeyMath TAP has been revamped into a new product called the KeyMath 3 Essential Resources.

    The KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment and the KeyMath 3 Essential Resources are designed to be compatible to the extent that the ASSIST software report contains narrative text that provides a direct link to the appropriate Essential Resources curriculum material. Customers should note that, when the two products are purchased as a package, they are very affordable.

    Still, the KeyMath TAP is a good product with excellent content and is still very relevant in a remedial math environment. Customers who continue to use the TAP should feel confident that they are using a good product.

  • Can I use the Keymath 3 Essential Resources program with my current KeyMath Revised/NU?

    Yes. The KeyMath3 Essential resources program can be used as a stand-alone curriculum product. However, users should be aware that the KeyMath 3 Revised/NU does not provide a direct link to the KeyMath 3 Essential Resources program.

    The Essential Resources software contains an easily accessible library of materials, including practice and assessments materials. Users can navigate through the cluster and lesson content to determine which concept material to use with a particular student. Readiness tests are available to determine whether a student has the prerequisite skills necessary to learn the concept(s) in a particular concept cluster. The software includes a preview function that allows users to view a page before printing it.

Pricing & Ordering

Please Note:
Software is compatible with Windows XP, Vista & Mac OS only.

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  • KeyMath 3 Essential Resources Level I (Grades K-2) Starter Set
    31265
    $511.00
     
    Includes Manual, Easel 1, Easel 2, and CD ROM
  • KeyMath 3 Essential Resources Level II (Grades 3-5) Starter Set
    31266
    $511.00
     
    Includes Manual, Easel 1, Easel 2, and CD ROM
  • KeyMath 3 Essential Resources Level I and II Combined Starter Set
    31267
    $890.05
     
    Includes materials for both Level and Level II Sets
  • KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment Form A and B Starter Kits and Essential Resources Levels I and II with ASSIST Software
    31260
    $1,784.25
     
    Includes above materials for Form A and Form B Starter Kits and ER Levels I and II
  • KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessments Form A Starter Kit and Essential Resources Levels I and II with ASSIST Software
    31261
    $1,383.05
     
    Includes above materials for Form A Starter Kit and both ER Levels I and II
  • KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessments Form B Starter Kit and Essential Resources Levels I and II with ASSIST Software
    31262
    $1,383.05
     
    Includes above materials for Form B Starter Kit and both ER Levels I and II
  • KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment Form A and B Starter Kits and Essential Resources Level 1 with ASSIST Software
    31240
    $1,383.05
     
    Includes above materials for Form A and Form B and ER Levels 1
  • KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment Form A and B Starter Kits and Essential Resources Level 2 with ASSIST Software
    31241
    $1,383.05
     
    Includes above materials for Form A and Form B and ER Levels II
  • KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment Form A and Essential Resources Level 1 Starter Kit with ASSIST Software
    31245
    $1,003.00
     
    Includes Diagnostic Assessment Manual, Essential Resources Manual, carrying bag, DA Easel 1, DA Easel 2, 25 Record Forms, ER Easel 1, ER Easel 2, ER computer disc and ASSIST software
  • KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment Form A and Essential Resources Level II Starter Kit with ASSIST Software
    31246
    $1,003.00
     
    Includes Diagnostic Assessment Manual, Essential Resources Manual, carrying bag, DA Easel 1, DA Easel 2, 25 Record Forms, ER Easel 1, ER Easel 2, ER computer disc and ASSIST software
  • KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment Form B and Essential Resources Level 1 Starter Kit with ASSIST Software
    31250
    $1,003.00
     
    Includes Diagnostic Assessment Manual, Essential Resources Manual, carrying bag, DA Easel 1, DA Easel 2, 25 Record Forms, ER Easel 1, ER Easel 2, ER computer disc and ASSIST software
  • KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment Form B and Essential Resources Level II Starter Kit with ASSIST Software
    31251
    $1,003.00
     
    Includes Diagnostic Assessment Manual, Essential Resources Manual, carrying bag, DA Easel 1, DA Easel 2, 25 Record Forms, ER Easel 1, ER Easel 2, ER computer disc and ASSIST software
 
 
 
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