I can not imagine instructing or assessing my students in literacy without sitting down individually and doing a one on one screening such as a "Running Record." This is my attempt at creating a "MATH RUNNING RECORD" of sorts. I am an Elementary School Math Coach for grades k-4. I am often asked to gather more information on a student to help determine eligibility for Tier II or III intervention in addition to curriculum based measurement data (such as dibels, aimsweb, star) and classroom data. I developed this screening as well as a way to score it. Although the scoring is not scientifically normed, the teachers in my district have found it accurate and extremely helpful; particularly with the absence of such tools in mathematics as opposed to literacy. The categories a child will fall in will be Urgent Intervention, Intervention, Watch, or Proficient. It is closely aligned to the CCSS and focuses heavily on numbers and operations at this grade level. During the screening, I will ask a student about their thinking as well- which I will record in the Comment section. This type of data is directly related to the 8 Mathematical Practices of the CCSS (how well they are modeling with mathematics, their perseverance, etc.) and even their ability to solve problems at different DOK (depth of knowledge) levels. The screening is also designed to inform instruction as well as be given multiple times throughout the year to track student progress.