One-to-one student interviews provide powerful insights and clear focus for the teaching of fractions in the middle years
Clarke, Doug, Roche, Anne and Mitchell, Annie. (2011). One-to-one student interviews provide powerful insights and clear focus for the teaching of fractions in the middle years. In In Way, Jenni and Bobis, Janette (Ed.). Fractions : Teaching for understanding pp. 23-32 Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers.
|Authors||Clarke, Doug, Roche, Anne and Mitchell, Annie|
|Editors||Way, Jenni and Bobis, Janette|
[Extract] Teacher in Victorian schools have been using the Early Numeracy Interview, now called the Mathematics Online Interview, since 2001, following its development in the Early Numeracy Research Project in 1999. In 2008, the Fractions Online Interview was introduced as a suggested formative assessment tool. All of the interview scripts, task templates, supporting information, and a booklet of associated classroom activities are available for public download on the website of the Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. The four fraction tasks that we discuss in this chapter can also be found there.
|Book title||Fractions : Teaching for understanding|
|Publisher||Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers|
|Place of publication||Adelaide, South Australia|
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