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Student Learning

Student learning refers to the strategies, techniques, and tools that are used and the evidence that is gathered to assess and monitor – both formally and informally – students’ mathematical development. Reflection should consider the variety and appropriateness of the techniques and strategies used, the quality of the evidence collected, and the ways that this evidence is used to diagnose and provide feedback.

From Grade 3: Patterns
What evidence is there that students have learned the mathematics being taught?

From Grade 4: Variable
What strategies were used to assess student understanding?

From Grade 5: Tiles
What evidence is there that students have learned the mathematics being taught?

From Grade 6: Paving
How is evidence of student learning gathered?

From Grade 7: Graphs
What evidence is there that students have learned the mathematics being taught?

From Grade 8: Bridges
What strategies were used to assess student understanding?

What evidence is there that students have learned the mathematics being taught?

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