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Reform in School Mathematics and Authentic Assessment
Reform in School Mathematics and Authentic Assessment (March 1995)
Thomas A. Romberg - Editor

"This book addresses a key issue in mathematics education today. The perspective from which this text is written is one that is needed as a response to the occurring reform in mathematics education and the movement to understand learning and doing mathematics as social construction. How to align this newer conceptualization with testing procedures is an issue that is often raised in the circles in which I am active. I especially like the emphasis on...(Read More)
 
 
Mathematics Assessment and Evaluation
Mathematics Assessment and Evaluation (July 1992)
Imperatives for Mathematics Educators
Thomas A. Romberg - Editor

Are current testing practices consistent with the goals of the reform movement in school mathematics? If not, what are the alternatives? How can authentic performance in mathematics be assessed?

These and similar questions about tests and their uses have forced those advocating change to examine the way in which mathematical performance data is gathered and used in American schools. This book provides recent views on the issues surrounding...(Read More)
 
 
Toward a New Science of Educational Testing and Assessment
Toward a New Science of Educational Testing and Assessment (February 1992)
Harold Berlak - Author
Fred M. Newmann - Author
Elizabeth Adams - Author
Doug A. Archbald - Author
Tyrell Burgess - Author
John Raven - Author
Thomas A. Romberg - Author

"In education today, there are few topics that are more significant than assessment. With current restructuring efforts and the hue and cry for accountability, it is essential that educators and educational policymakers seriously consider the issues presented in this book.

"Four states--California, Connecticut, New York, and Vermont--are moving in the direction recommended in this book. The number of interested states is grow...(Read More)
 
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