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In this webcast (1 hr 16 min) Dr. Marian Small discusses kinds of differences in mathematical understanding that children exhibited in her research and the need to differentiate the sophistication of content in order to reach all learners. She addresses the role of initial (diagnostic) and formative assessment and suggests appropriate strategies for gathering information on student thinking. Dr. Small highlights open-ended tasks that allow students to choose an appropriate level of sophistication, parallel tasks that address different readiness levels, and questioning strategies that stimulate thinking.
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