Mathematical Assessments

Mathematical Assessments

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Mathematical Assessments by Mind Map: Mathematical Assessments

1. Informal

1.1. Definition

1.1.1. Informal Assessments are tools that evaluate students performance without using standardized tests and do not have set right and wrong answers.

1.2. Types of Informal Assessments

1.2.1. Projects

1.2.2. Experiments

1.2.3. Presentations

1.3. Benefits

1.3.1. No test anxiety

1.3.2. Ask questions to understand topics further in detail.

1.3.3. No specific right and wrong answers.

1.4. Example

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2. Formal

2.1. Definition

2.1.1. Formal Assessments are formal ways of finding out how much the students know with set right and wrong answers.

2.2. Allows teacher to assess performance of students.

2.3. Types of Formal Assessments

2.3.1. Tests

2.3.2. Exams

2.3.3. Quizzes

2.4. Benefits

2.4.1. Right and wrong answers.

2.5. Example

2.5.1. To view example:

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3. By: Alex Berkhahn