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For those teachers that have 90 minutes to teach math each day, here are two different schedules that break that 90 minutes down into steps. We use it to help us keep to the schedule and make sure that we are teaching the mathematical practices every day. We have included Schedule A which we used in 2013, and Schedule B which we are trying out in 2014.
When it says "stamp math menu", that refers to our math menu on Tpt, and is when the teacher stamps the math menu to verify that the points the student filled in for that day are correct. Later on in the year, the stamping job could possibly be given to a responsible, discreet, and honest student.
This is grading every day by stamp, without drowning in a sea of papers. We collect about two papers per student per week (math menu and sometimes a task sheet) besides tests, yet each student receives a robust, accurate grade.
This schedule is probably best used with students in third grade or above.