Pin it!
Google Plus

Journal Articles on Assessment

Elementary School

Middle School

High School

Elementary School (Teaching Children Mathematics)

A smorgasbord of assessment options (April 2010)

Preschoolers’ number sense (February 2010)

By way of introduction: Equity: Teaching, learning, and assessing mathematics for diverse populations (October 2009)

Mathematical interviews to assess Latino students (October 2009) 

On-the-Spot Assessments (December 2008)

Two Thumbs Up, Way Up! (December 2008)

Assessing Student Thinking about Arithmetic (September 2008)

Students Control Their Own Learning (September 2008)

Assessing Students' Understanding through Conversations (December 2007)

Assessing Students' Levels of Understanding Multiplication through Problem Writing (December 2007)

The Mathematics Survey: A Tool for Assessing Attitudes and Dispositions (April 2007)

Counting Collections (March 2007)

What's on Your Nation's Report Card? (February 2007)

Standards-Friendly Lessons in University Methods Courses (November 2006)

Understanding the Development of Students' Thinking About Length (October 2006)

Assessment Design: Helping Preservice Teachers Focus on Student Thinking (September 2006)

Fourth-Grade Results from National Assessment: Encouraging News (May 2006)

Assessing Students' Mathematical Problem Posing (October 2005)

Getting Started with Open-Ended Assessment (April 2005)

On Tests, Small Changes Make a Big Difference (October 2004)

Assessment and Accountability Strategies for Inquiry-Style Discussions (May 2004)

Lessons Learned from Students about Assessment and Instruction (April 2004)

The Missouri Elementary Mathematics Contest: Student Performance on Questions That Reflect NCTM Standards (November 2003)

Place Value: Problem Solving and Written Assessment (March 2002)

Do Your Students Measure Up Metrically? (January 2001)

Journals and Portfolios: Alternative Assessment for Preservice Teachers (November 1999)

Middle School (Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School)

Rubrics as Formative Assessment Tools (February 2010)

Exploring Results of the NAEP: 1980s to the Present (February 2009)

Quick Reads: Another Good Idea: Active Involvement for Clear Assessment (December 2009)

Analyzing Students' Use of Graphic Representations (April 2008)

Sorting State Mathematics Test Items (March 2008)

Standards-based Math Curricula and Middle Schoolers' Performance on Standardized Tests (March 2008)

Using Portfolios in the Middle School Classroom (March 2008)

Division by a Fraction: Assessing Understanding through Problem Writing (February 2008)

Pasta Symmetry (May 2007)

Using Error Analysis to Teach Equation Solving (December 2006/January 2007)

Partner Quizzes in Middle School Mathematics (November 2006)

A Model for Understanding Understanding in Mathematics (November 2006)

Using Thought Bubble Pictures to Assess Students' Feelings about Mathematics (August 2006)

What Do We Know about Eighth-Grade Achievement? (February 2006)

You Made It through the Test; What about the Aftermath? (September 2005)

Seven Things I Learned about Teaching (and Assessing) Mathematics from My Sensei (August 2005)

Examining Mathematics Tasks from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (February 2005)

What Do Students Know about Time? (September 2004)

Measurement in the Middle Grades: Insights from NAEP and TIMSS (May 2004)

Assessing Proportional Thinking (November 2003)

An Assessment of Students' Understanding of Angle (October 2003)

Portfolios and a Backward Approach to Assessment (October 2003)

Investigating Mathematical Thinking Using Open Writing Prompts (March 2003)

Rewrite to Improve (November 2002)

Supporting Reform through Performance Assessment (September 2002)

Making Observations Interactive (March 2002)

The Need for Speed in Mathematics (December 2001)

Exploring, Inventing, and Discovering Mathematics: A Pedagogical Response to the TIMSS (October 2001)

Assessing Geometric and Measurement Understanding Using Manipulatives (March 2001)

Using Communication to Develop Students' Mathematical Literacy (January 2001)

An Assessment Model for the Mathematics Classroom (November 2000)

Gaining Insight into Students' Thinking through Assessment Tasks (October 2000)

Fostering Mathematical Thinking through Multiple Solutions (April 2000)

Understanding Student Responses to Open-Ended Tasks (April 2000)

Singapore's Success in the TIMSS (February 2000)

Ordered Pair Relations--A Performance Assessment (November 1999)

Assessing Open-Ended Problems (May 1999)

Modifying Our Questions to Assess Students' Thinking (April 1999)

So Math Isn't Just Answers (April 1999)

Assessing Problem-Solving Thought (February 1999)

Using Cases to Integrate Assessment and Instruction (January 1999)

Using Performance Graphs to Assess Problem Solving (January 1999)

Walking Around: Getting More from Informal Assessment (January 1999)

High School (Mathematics Teacher)

Using Portfolio Assignments to Assess Students’ Mathematical Thinking (May 2010) 

Mathematical Letter Writing for Assessment (December 2009)

Mathematics Skills and NAEP Results Over a Generation (February 2009)

A, E, I, O, U, and Always Y: Technique for Improving Communication and Assessment (August 2008)

Sound Off! Arbitrary Grading Policies (March 2008)

Analyzing Online Discourse to Assess Students' Thinking (February 2008)

Beyond Teachers' Sight Lines: Assessing Peer Discourse (February 2008)

Translating Assessment Score "Languages" with a Graphing Calculator (September 2007)

A Model for Constructing Higher-Level Classroom Assessments (August 2007)

Conceptual Understanding, Problem Solving, Communication, and Assessment Meet at the Board (February 2007)

Placement Tests: The Shaky Bridge Connecting School and College Mathematics (October 2006)

A$$e$$ing Effort: Earning a "Salary" (August 2006)

Projects: ResourceMAP (September 2005)

Using Open-Ended Problems for Assessment (August 2005)

If at First You Don't Succeed... Test, Test Again (Not!) (May 2004)

EMRF: Everyday Rubric Grading (January 2004)

Using Bloom's Taxonomy as a Framework for Classroom Assessment (September 2003)

Mathematics Examinations: Russian Experiments (May 2003)

The Oral Quiz (April 2003)

The Myth of Objectivity in Mathematics Assessment (January 2001)

Anatomy of an Assessment (April 2000)

Assessing True Academic Success: The Next Frontier of Reform (September 1999)

Changing Assessment Practices in an Algebra Class (March 1999)




Having trouble running our Java apps? Get help here.

Your feedback is important! Comments or concerns regarding the content of this page may be sent to Thank you.