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Linked to the Australian Curriculum

Cooperative group problem solving is a deductive reasoning activity where the solution cannot be found without everyone’s contribution. This approach has the potential to benefit all students in a class, both mathematically and socially.

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Using formative assessment to differentiate mathematics instruction

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Leslie Laud

Assessment is the bridge between teaching and learning. The author lays out seven practices to maximise learning – a supportive classroom environment, clear learning targets, continuous assessment, student self-direction, flexible student groups, data-formed instruction, and differentiation of student work – and signposts these practices throughout the text.

From supporting students who are low achieving to challenging students who are high achieving, the author presents strategies for creating tiered lessons, managing a multi-tasking classroom effectively, and implementing time-saving management strategies. Included are a wealth of practical examples, resources and student activities.

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ISBN-13: 978-1-4129-9524-5
Year Levels: 4 - 10
Publisher: Corwin & NCTM (USA)
Page Count: 165
Cover type: Soft cover
Publication date: 2011
Product number: ECA013
Keywords: Primary/Middle/Secondary/Teacher Education

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