Edited by William S. Bush and Steve Leinwand
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.
This valuable collection of examples, reflections,
explanations, and tips explores the role of assessment in reshaping mathematics
teaching and learning in the middle grades. This book not only offers advice
about changing practices, selecting and developing tools, implementing a system,
and using results, but also presents twenty samples of assessment tasks
developed by teachers, all in an easily reproducible format.