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What's great about this tool is that the model starts in elementary school with addition and subtraction problems and then can be expanded to work with multiplication and division problems, fractions, ratios, and percents. Such tests rely on one-right answer. “Opinions and values are excluded from this type of testing” (p. 162). Important alternatives for mathematics teachers, more in keeping with the scaffolding approach, are reviewing and restructuring.

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