Mar 03, 2024
MATH 322 - Assessment of Student Learning for Mathematics Teachers (Put on Reserve 9/1/2020)
Candidates will create assessment plans organized around big ideas and essential questions from the Washington State Standards of Student Assessment. Finally, candidates will learn how to develop and implement assessment tasks to identify their student’s mathematical performance and plan further instruction. (Put on reserve 9/1/2020, will go inactive 8/24/23)
Prerequisite: EFC 210, EFC 310, and MATH 299E and current WSP/FBI fingerprint clearance.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student/teacher candidate will be able to:
- Work with individual or small groups of students will analyze student work to identify error patterns in math content and language and implement teaching strategies to support their individual needs.
- Will plan and implement a learning segment (at least three days of planning instruction and assessment). Instruction activities, assessment activities, and state standards/targets must be aligned and multiple assessment strategies must be used.
- As part of the learning segment teacher candidates will use the assessment information to modify next lessons and target support for students who are struggling to meet the learning targets.
- As part of the learning segment teacher candidates will provide students with feedback on what they did correctly and incorrectly as well as guidance for improving their ability to meet the learning targets.
- Make appropriate adjustments to instruction during the learning segment from monitoring student learning as well as their own teaching practices.
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