Volume 2 1993

Investigations into Assessment in Mathematics Education

An ICMI Study

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ISBN: 978-90-481-4232-3 (Print) 978-94-017-1974-2 (Online)

Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-vi

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    Pages 1-30

    Assessment in Mathematics Education and Its Effects: An Introduction

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    Pages 31-46

    The Chain and the Arrow: From the History of Mathematics Assessment

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    Pages 47-56

    The Relationship between Assessment, Curriculum and Society

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    Pages 57-72

    An International View of Mathematics Assessment — Through a Class, Darkly

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    Pages 73-86

    Paradigms, Problems and Assessment: Some Ideological Implications

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    Pages 87-95

    Epistemological Issues and Challenges to Assessment: What is Mathematical Knowledge?

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    Pages 97-111

    How One Comes to Know: Models and Theories of the Learning of Mathematics

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    Pages 113-141

    What does to Assess Mean? The Case of Assessing Mathematical Knowledge

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    Pages 143-156

    A Critical View of Assessment in Mathematics Education: Where is the Student as a Subject?

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    Pages 157-167

    Assessing Mathematical Thinking and Learning Potential in Primary Grade Children

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    Pages 169-184

    Diagnostic Assessment in Arithmetic

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    Pages 185-194

    Challenges to the Improvement of Assessment Practice

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    Pages 195-216

    Improving the Design and Balance of Mathematical Assessment

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    Pages 217-228

    The Assessment of Performance Unit’s Monitoring Surveys 1978–1987

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    Pages 229-244

    TIMSS: The Third International Mathematics and Science Study

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    Pages 245-252

    The Validity of International Performance Comparisons

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    Pages 253-263

    Visualizing a Theory of the Assessment of Students’ Knowledge of Mathematics

  19. Back Matter

    Pages 265-270