Formative Assessment

Formative assessments give the teacher the information they need to learn about their students and their level of understanding or mastery. The goal of the AISLM is to use that information to teach each student at their level so they continue to make progress. The goal is to provide students with a variety of different opportunities to actively participate in mathematical practices.
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Unit 4. Implementation Scenario

Formative assessments should be planned as part of the math lesson, not as a separate activity after the lesson. Assess students while facilitating their learning as they work in social networks and with social technologies. Formative assessments should be done while students are working. Walk around the room asking questions and helping the students move along in their thinking and their work.

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Reflection Question
Share your formative assessment strategies. Explain why you chose these strategies and how you can improve them.


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