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Classroom Mathematics Inventory for Grades K-6 : An Informal Assessment,9780205402649
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Classroom Mathematics Inventory for Grades K-6 : An Informal Assessment

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9780205402649

ISBN10:
020540264X
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Pub. Date:
12/15/2004
Publisher(s):
Pearson
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Summary

The Classroom Mathematics Inventory, (CMI) is an informal assessment for use in evaluating students understanding and ability across the range of the elementary mathematics curriculum.Similar to an informal reading inventory, the CMI is an informal classroom assessment tool meant to spark conversations between teacher and student regarding the student's understanding, skills, and attitudes. Using the scripted protocols and included manipulatives, the CMI aids teachers in determining students' performance across the strands of mathematics including: number; extended work with number; algebra; geometry; measurement; and data analysis, statistics, and probability. Additionally, protocols address students' attitudes and mathematical dispositions, as well as their mathematical processes such as problem solving.

Table of Contents

Assessing Performance in Mathematics
1(21)
Why Might I Use the CMI?
1(1)
When Might I Use the CMI?
2(2)
How Do I Use the CMI?
4(7)
Preparing for the Assessment
4(1)
Understanding the Protocol
4(5)
Administering the Protocol
9(2)
How Do I Conduct Effective Assessment Interviews that Respect Students?
11(5)
Building a Foundation and Effective Environment
11(4)
Working with Learners with Diverse Needs
15(1)
What Do I Need to Know About Assessing Mathematics in General?
16(6)
Outcomes in Mathematics Education
16(2)
Different Assessments for Different Kinds of Outcome
18(1)
Principles of Assessment and the CMI
18(4)
Assessing Attitude in Mathematics
22(11)
Karen Arkle
Robert Schick
Preparing to Assess Attitude
23(1)
Conducting the Assessment
24(1)
Recording Information
25(1)
Thinking about and Using Your Results
26(2)
Prep Box
28(1)
Results Sheet
28(1)
Protocol
29(3)
Student Page
32(1)
Assessing Understanding and Performance in Mathematical Processes
33(8)
Aaron Orullian
Karen Arkle
The Mathematical Processes Protocol and How to Use It
34(1)
Preparing for the Mathematical Processes Assessment
35(1)
Administering the Mathematical Processes Assessment
36(3)
Prep Box
39(1)
Results Sheet
40(1)
Student Page
40(1)
Assessing Understanding and Computation with Whole Numbers
41(50)
Things to Watch For
42(3)
Scope and Sequence
45(1)
Prep Box
45(1)
Results Sheet
46(4)
Protocol
50(34)
Student Pages
84(7)
Assessing Extended Work with Number and Operations
91(40)
Things to Watch For
92(1)
Scope and Sequence
93(1)
Prep Box
93(1)
Results Sheet
94(2)
Protocol
96(22)
Student Pages
118(13)
Assessing Understanding and Performance in Algebra and Functions
131(29)
Amber Bremmer
Julie Newsome
Scope and Sequence
132(1)
Prep Box
132(1)
Results Sheet
133(2)
Protocol
135(18)
Student Pages
153(7)
Assessing Understanding and Performance in Geometry
160(42)
Scope and Sequence
161(1)
Prep Box
161(1)
Results Sheet
162(4)
Protocol
166(24)
Student Pages
190(12)
Assessing Understanding and Performance in Measurement
202(38)
Andrea Gerace
Wendy Harmston
Things to Watch For
203(1)
Scope and Sequence
204(1)
Prep Box
205(1)
Results Sheet
206(3)
Protocol
209(24)
Student Pages
233(7)
Assessing Understanding and Performance in Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability
240(28)
Karen Arkle
Robert Schick
Scope and Sequence
241(1)
Prep Box
241(1)
Results Sheet
242(2)
Protocol
244(14)
Student Pages
258(10)
Interpreting Evidence and Planning Instruction
268(10)
Drawing Appropriate Inferences
268(1)
Interpreting Evidence: Understanding What Students Know and What They Need to Know Next
269(5)
Using Findings to Determine Next Steps
274(3)
What Type of Intervention: Horizontal or Vertical?
274(1)
What Kinds of Outcome?
274(3)
Parting Words
277(1)
Modifying the Protocol for Different Settings
278(6)
Modifying the Format of the Response
278(3)
Using Written Work
278(1)
Using Verbal Responses
279(1)
Using Show-Me Responses
280(1)
Modifying Data Collection Strategies
281(2)
Modifying the Timing of the Assessment
283(1)
References and Resources 284(2)
Appendix: Technical Notes on Preparation of the Classroom Mathematics Inventory 286(2)
Selected Answers 288


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