## Your Assessment for Learning & Dynamic Geometry Takeaways

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Will MartinezReally enjoy these kinds of activities we saw in the video. You get a real sense of what the students actually know from conversations you hear and being able to question/challenge the students’ views. One of my favourite activities is “Always, sometimes, never true” where students have to arrange statements into categories. It’s such a rich activity because it encourages communication, challenges their understanding and leads to deeper learning. RichardRe 'You get a real sense of what the students actually know from conversations you hear and being able to question/challenge the students’ views' ... that is so true. Love the “Always, sometimes, never true” idea. Brilliant. |
Waris HuangThese are very fun and useful activities where teachers step back to listen and observe and students work collaberately to produce sth based on specific area of Maths they have learnt. They practise using Mathematical language to discuss, and independently think. I like the way it works and will implement in my classrooms for assessing purpose. RichardYes, exactly. So the principle here is 'card matching'. You could create card sets for many topics. Here's an idea: have everyone from the department create a set for one topic ... duplicate ... then everyone has 16 topics! |