Fork in the Road: Intermediate to Senior Mathematics

When students transition from grade  10 to 11, they have opportunities to specialize in what they would like to study. This transition may be difficult for students who are not used to having much choice in the courses they select. In order for students to successfully transition from the fairly regimented intermediate grades to the more flexible senior grades, they will need guidance. Teachers, parents and students need to be […]

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Evidence of Learning With Informal Assessment

Most of the informal assessments will include projects and presentations and discussions. Overall, there will be three aspects of evidence of learning: In order to gather valid evidence of learning, the conversations, observations and products should be derived from multiple and varied assessment opportunities: Teachers should use formal assessment measures to gather evidence of learning, because it is important to be exposed to various norm, criterion and standardized tests. Higher […]

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