Can We Get Better Assessment From A Tutoring System Compared to Traditional Paper Testing? (Feng & Heffernan, 2010)

Feng, M., & Heffernan, N. (2010). Can We Get Better Assessment From A Tutoring System Compared to Traditional Paper Testing? Can We Have Our Cake (Better Assessment) and Eat It too (Student Learning During the Test)? Intelligent Tutoring Systems (pp. 309–311). The authors conducted an analysis of ITS data from 1,392 students over two school … Continue reading

Construct a Sum: A Measure of Children’s Understanding of Fraction Size (Behr, Wachsmuth, & Post, 1985)

Behr, M. J., Wachsmuth, I., & Post, T. R. (1985). Construct a Sum: A Measure of Children’s Understanding of Fraction Size. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 16(2), 120-131. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/748369 The authors used a “Construct a Sum” task with 4th and 5th graders (part of the Rational Numbers Project) to assess their conceptual … Continue reading