A Group Math Intervention: The Modification of Cover, Copy, and Compare for Group Application
A drill and practice intervention was applied in a small-group setting to improve students' fluency (accuracy and speed) with basic math facts. The Cover, Copy, and Compare intervention (Skinner, Turco, Beatty, & Rasavage, 1989) was modified and implemented with a small, middle school Chapter I math class. Data are presented showing digits correct per minute (DCPM) using a multiple baseline design across sets of division facts. Component parts of DCPM, speed and accuracy, are further discussed. Results of this study provide the scientist-practitioner with ideas about implementing group interventions using drill for math facts. Ways to refine the intervention based on baseline data are discussed.
Psychology in the Schools
Lee, M. J.,
Tingstrom, D. H.
(1994). A Group Math Intervention: The Modification of Cover, Copy, and Compare for Group Application. Psychology in the Schools, 31(2), 133-145.
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