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### 3-Tier Math Model Assessment: Texas Early Mathematics Inventory-Progress Monitoring (TEMI-PM)

The TEMI-PM consists of four group-administered measures that focus on number, operation, and quantitative reasoning. Each test is a measure of fluency, in which the student is given 2 minutes to complete as many items as possible.

Get Resource### 3-Tier Math Model Assessment: Texas Early Mathematics Inventories-Outcome (TEMI-O 2.0)*

The kindergarten TEMI-O 2.0 consists of one test, Mathematics Problem Solving (MPS). The first grade and second grade TEMI-O 2.0 each consists of two tests: Mathematics Problem Solving (MPS) and Computation (C).

Get Resource### 3-Tier Math Model Assessment: Texas Early Mathematics Inventories-Overall (TEMI-O 3.0)

The kindergarten and first grade TEMI-O 3.0 contain one test each: Mathematics Problem Solving (MPS). The second grade TEMI-O 3.0 consists of two tests: Mathematics Problem Solving (MPS) and Computation (C).

Get Resource### 3-Tier Math Model Assessment: Texas Early Math Inventories-Aim Checks (TEMI-AC)

Aim Checks are periodic assessments to determine whether students are making satisfactory progress toward middle-of-the-year or annual goals.

Get Resource### 3-Tier Math Model Assessment: Texas Early Math Inventories-Unit Checks (TEMI-UC)

The Texas Early Math Inventories-Unit Checks (TEMI-UC) allow educators to assess students’ understanding of the objectives in each unit from the Tier 2 Mathematics Intervention.

Get Resource### 3-Tier Math Model Assessment: Daily Checks

The Daily Checks allow a teacher to track across time students’ scores on Independent Practice sheets from the Tier 2 Mathematics Intervention.

Get Resource### 3-Tier Math Model Assessment: Spanish Grade 1

Assessment materials for Spanish Grade 1.

Get Resource### 3-Tier Math Model

The Texas Early Mathematics Inventories (TEMI) can be used to help identify K-2 students who are at risk. The 3-Tier Mathematics Model Intervention materials provide lessons for support for educators providing intervention to at-risk K-2 students.

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