Edited by Florence Glanfield, William S. Bush, and Jean Kerr Stenmark
Both practical and inspirational, the Classroom Assessment for School Mathematics, K–12 Series of handbooks and casebooks foster insights into what students know, what they can do, and how they think mathematically.
The ideas in this book are great starting points for thinking about assessment. Readers will find advice about getting started in assessment; selecting, developing and managing assessment tools; and using the results. Samples of good assessment tasks, scoring rubrics, checklists, observation forms, and sources for tasks and more literature are also included.