How do we intentionally create assessment strategies in mathematics that promote growth-mindset and support student learning? Using the Critical Thinking Consortium’s ‘Principles of the Thinking Classroom’ as a framework, teachers will have an opportunity to consider and develop assessment strategies that are compatible with relevant research on brain development and student learning.
NOTE: This session is the last in a four-part series. Links for other completed sessions are listed below.
- The Critical Thinking Consortium (Tc2)
- Tools 4 Thought
- Maria’s shareable slides (coming soon!)
- Abbott and Costello Multiply 13×7
- Sherry Parrish: Number Talks book or document
- Seven Strategies of Assessment for Learning
- John Hattie’s Visible Learning
- My Favourite No
- Lockhart’s Lament (K-12 math teaching)
- Dan Meyer: TED Talk Math Class Needs a Makeover and the Water Tank Problem
- Jo Boaler: YouCubed
- Rich task: What’s the Secret Code?
- Ten paperless math assessment strategies
- NCTM: Strategies for Formative Assessment
- Cathy Marks Krpan – Math Expressions
- Lainie Schuster & Nancy Caravan Anderson – Good questions for math teaching
- Marian Small
Other sessions in this series: