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Teaching Formative Assessment Strategies to Preservice Teachers: Exploring the Use of Handheld Computing to Facilitate the Action Research Process
The goal of the study was to examine whether the introduction of handheld data collection tools and new pedagogical practices embedded in an action research project is a feasible expectation for novice teachers. For this reason, teacher candidates were given handheld computers equipped with data-collection software to assess the effectiveness of tutoring sessions with students identified with special needs.
Updated: May. 04, 2009
Teachers’ Perceptions of Assessments of Their Mathematical Knowledge in A Professional Development Course
This article presents a project aimed to evaluate how assessing teachers’ mathematical knowledge within a professional development course impacted from the teachers’ perspective their learning and their experience with the course. 17 grade 5–9 teachers enrolled in the course participated in the study by completing written reflections and by describing their experiences in interviews. The authors learned that while their original intent was “to do no harm,” the teachers reported that their learning was enhanced by the assessment.
Updated: Feb. 04, 2009