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Students in middle and secondary schools require an education in mathematics that goes beyond what was needed by students in the past. Laretha Todd, a 3rd grade teacher in Renton, Wash., demonstrates how she helps her students understand place value and patterned counting methods by having them work with large collections of objects. 7th grade language arts teacher Katie Langlois exposes students to new words they are encountering in class by asking them to solve a vocabulary puzzle. Therein lies the main concern of relying on inventories, as their validity and reliability might be in question (Dembo & Howard, 2007), and they differ.

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Publisher: JUMP Math (September 1, 2009)

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