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- 1.How would you describe your level of Accelerated Math this year?
- A.
I use it every day with every student in my math class. I dedicate at least 20 minutes per day for Accelerated Math. The 20 minutes is a consecutive block, but not morning work time or extra time students have after finishing other work early.

- B.
I use it with every student in my math class, but it is primarily morning work or filler time when students finished work early.

- C.
I use it with some students in my math class every day for at least 20 minutes. The 20 minutes is a consecutive block, but not morning work time or extra time students have after finishing other work early.

- D.
I use it with some students in my math class, but it is primarily morning work or filler time when students finished work early.

- E.
I am not using Accelerated Math with students this year.

- 2.Which of the following best describes your opinion of the Accelerated Math program?
- A.
It is a great program that presents SOL related questions in several different ways.

- B.
It is too time consuming to use daily.

- C.
It is an okay program, but I'm not sure how to implement it in my schedule.

- D.
The program is just extra work for teachers and students.

- 3.Which of the following best describes your need for Accelerated Math training?
- A.
I'm an expert. I should be providing the training.

- B.
I use it daily, but would like to see how other students incorporate the program.

- C.
I need someone to come into my classroom and go through the program with my students several times.

- D.
I need someone to help me develop procedures for distributing, scanning, and returning scored tests & practices.

- E.
I don't know how to use the program at all.

- 4.Do you think consistent use of Accelerated Math would improve math SOL scores?
- A.
Yes

- B.
Maybe

- C.
No

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- A.
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