Monthly Archives: April 2013

¿Cómo se suma?

If you feel like watching mathematics learning in progress, check out the classroom videos at the Inside Mathematics website.  But don’t stop there; inspiration can also be found from the interviews with principals and the “coaching conversations.”  I’ll be spending … Continue reading

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Discrimination

Contrary to my earlier worry, there are slides and even videos for some of the talks from the CIME 2013 conference (“Assessment of Mathematical Proficiencies in the Age of the Common Core”); just scroll down the main page to the … Continue reading

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Snippets

I took only sporadic notes during the presentations at the CIME workshop I attended last week, assuming that the speakers would post their slides at some point.  (This may have been rash; videos from the previous workshops in the series … Continue reading

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One to One

The session scheduled after Alan Schoenfeld’s talk at the workshop I attended this week was called “The challenge of assessing mathematical proficiency: A student interview.” What I didn’t realize until the workshop started was that it would be a live … Continue reading

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WYTIWYG

Give up?  It stands for “What You Test Is What You Get.”  I learned this yesterday from Alan Schoenfeld, the opening speaker of “Assessment of Mathematical Proficiencies in the Age of the Common Core,” a workshop at the Mathematical Sciences … Continue reading

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