Please note – a completely new version of this presentation with many more resources and additional ideas will be presented at the BCME Conference, April 2018. Following my sessions, I will update all relevant pages
Low Stakes Testing in the Mathematics Classroom (PowerPoint File, takes a few moments to download)
Low Stakes Testing in the Mathematics Classroom (pdf)
Or use this shorter version to see the slides on the student survey on low stakes tests.
Mini Tests Colleen Young for PowerPoint
Mini Tests Colleen Young pdf version
Slides from the BERA Conference, Learning from the classroom – Practitioner research in mathematics education – July 2016
There are many hyperlinks provided in the presentation, for ease of access these are also provided below:
- Is the Feedback You’re Giving Students Helping or Hindering? Dylan Wiliam, 2014
- What Makes Great Teaching Review of the underpinning research.Robert Coe, Cesare Aloisi, Steve Higgins and Lee Elliot Major,October 2014
- Students on good Maths Teacherrs
- Mini Tests
- Aural Tests
- Desmos Graphing Calculator
- Learn to use WolframAlpha includes many useful examples including queries fo younger students.
- Here’s the Diagramm, What’s the Question?
- Algebra Snippetts
- Good Mathematicians Can Go Backwards!
- Research in 100 Words, Chris Moyse
- Improving Students’ Learning With Effective Learning Techniques: Promising Directions From Cognitive and Educational Psychology John Dunlosky, Katherine A. Rawson , Elizabeth J. Marsh, Mitchell J. Nathan, and Daniel T. Willingham
- What Works, What Doesn’t
- Highlighting is a Waste of Time
- Learn How To Study Using Retrieval Practice, Learning Scientists, June 2016,
- What is worth reading for teachers interested in research? Professor Robert Coe, June 2016
- 7 Recommendations to Improve Student Learning based on Pashier et al, 2007 – Organising Instruction & Study to Improve Student Learning, Belmont Teach
- Test-Enhanced Learning in the Classroom: Long-Term Improvements From Quizzing – 2011, Henry L. Roediger III, Pooja K. Agarwal, Mark A. McDaniel, and Kathleen B. McDermott Washington University in St. Louis, 2011
- Retrieval as a Memory Modifier: an interpretation of negative recency and related phenomena.
Robert A Bjork, 1975
- Who’s the most tested one of all? Tim Oates, 2016
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