Everyday Mathematics Grade 5: Assessment Handbook by Max Bell, Amy Dillard, Andy Isaacs, James McBride
  

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Everyday Mathematics Grade 5: Assessment Handbook by Max Bell, Amy Dillard, Andy Isaacs, James McBride

This grade level specific handbook provides classroom-tested techniques and ideas to make assessment and instruction more manageable, productive, and exciting, as well as offering a more complete picture of each student's progress and instructional needs through techniques and tools from the four assessment areas: ongoing, product, periodic and outside tests. The Assessment Handbook includes suggestions for observing students, keeping anecdotal records, following student progress, and encouraging students to reflect on and communicate both what they have learned and how they feel about mathematics.

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Paperback

Author

Max Bell, Amy Dillard, Andy Isaacs, James McBride
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Publisher

SRA/McGraw-Hill an imprint of McGraw-Hill Education - Europe

Publication date

1st April 2003

ISBN

9780076000425


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