The BCAMT is proud to present a new collection of stories by educators from across the province called Questions Worth Asking About Assessment in Mathematics Classrooms. Three chapters are available online as a preview.
To purchase copies of the book ($15 + S&H), please email Colin McLellan at email@example.com.
- How can I ensure letter grades accurately reflect student performance?
- What helps students value work habits?
- How can grades reflect students’ most recent achievement?
- How can letter grades reflect non‑numerical assessment data?
- How can I match grades to learning outcomes?
- What happens when I use journals in a math class?
- Can journals work with senior math students?
- How do I make tests meaningful to learning?
- Can I use unit tests as formative assessments?
- How can I focus assessment on what I really want students to be learning?
- How can students learn from their mistakes?
- Portfolios: What are the benefits and drawbacks?
- What are some things to consider in implementing portfolio-based assessment?
- How can I help students assess their own level of understanding?
- Does every task need to be marked by the teacher?
- How can I make feedback meaningful?
- Can assessment include authentic mathematical collaboration?