"Hispanic and Anglo Students' Misconceptions in Mathematics" (Jose Mestre, ERIC Digest, Clearinghouse on Assessment and Evaluation)

"Hispanic and Anglo Students' Misconceptions in Mathematics" (Jose Mestre, ERIC Digest, Clearinghouse on Assessment and Evaluation)

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The Ministers’ Misconceptions. I am constantly surprised at the persistence, in ministerial talk and writing, of allegiance to the ‘transmission theory’ of education; the focus on rewards (even monetary ones) and punishment; the lack of openness to multiple answers, productive errors, creativity; and the preferred solution to bad performance on test, more & more tests. It is like the misguided belief that if the patient is sick, health involves repeating measurement of temperature.

The Ministers’ Misconceptions. I am constantly surprised at the persistence, in ministerial talk and writing, of allegiance to the ‘transmission theory’ of education; the focus on rewards (even monetary ones) and punishment; the lack of openness to multiple answers, productive errors, creativity; and the preferred solution to bad performance on test, more & more tests. It is like the misguided belief that if the patient is sick, health involves repeating measurement of temperature.

Social Language is often so difficult to assess. That's why I created the Social Language Version of my Curriculum-Based Assessments for grades K-5. The term curriculum-based assessment (CBA) simply means measurement that uses "direct observation and recording of a student's performance in the local curriculum as a basis for gathering information to make instructional decisions"(Deno, 1987, p. 41).

Social Language is often so difficult to assess. That's why I created the Social Language Version of my Curriculum-Based Assessments for grades K-5. The term curriculum-based assessment (CBA) simply means measurement that uses "direct observation and recording of a student's performance in the local curriculum as a basis for gathering information to make instructional decisions"(Deno, 1987, p. 41).

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