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Math That Matters: Targeted Assessment and Feedback for Grades 3–8


reviewed by Erik Jacobson & Jinqing Liu - September 24, 2019

coverTitle: Math That Matters: Targeted Assessment and Feedback for Grades 3–8
Author(s): Marian Small
Publisher: Teachers College Press, New York
ISBN: 0807761427, Pages: 192, Year: 2019
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: September 24, 2019
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23103, Date Accessed: 11/11/2019 7:22:37 PM

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  • Erik Jacobson
    Indiana University
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    ERIK JACOBSON is an associate professor of mathematics education at Indiana University. Recent publications include “Prescribing Structure for Validation Arguments” and “A Replication Framework for Mathematics Education,” and current projects include “Assessing the Structure of Knowledge in Teaching Mathematics” and “Teachers’ Attributions of Mathematical Excellence.” Both projects are focused on developing new assessments to provide actionable feedback to improve mathematics teacher education.
  • Jinqing Liu
    Indiana University
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    JINQING LIU is a doctoral candidate in Mathematics Education at Indiana University. Areas of interest include pre-service teacher education, professional development of in-service teachers, and fraction teaching and learning. Recent publications include “‘I’m Not Just a Math Teacher’: Understanding the Development of Elementary Teachers’ Mathematics Teacher Identity” and “Integrating Social-Educational and Academic Development in Teachers’ Approaches to Educating Students" (in press). She is currently participating in projects including “Assessing the Structure of Knowledge in Teaching Mathematics” and “Supporting Teachers to Promote Students’ Mathematical Generalization.”
 
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