Differential participation in formative assessment and achievement in introductory calculus

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Dibbs , Rebecca-Anne (2015)
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Subject: participation | [ MATH.MATH-HO ] Mathematics [math]/History and Overview [math.HO] | formative assessment | [SHS.EDU] Humanities and Social Sciences/Education | [MATH.MATH-HO] Mathematics [math]/History and Overview [math.HO] | hierarchical linear model | calculus | [ SHS.EDU ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Education | Approximation framework
    mesheuropmc: education

International audience; Prior formative assessment research has shown positive achievement gains when classes using formative assessment are compared to classes that do not. However, little is known about what, if any, benefits of formative assessment occur within a cla... View more
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