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Math constructed response questions are similar to past questions, asking students to show their work in completing one or more tasks or more extensive problems. The report offers no-nonsense methods and tactics designed to guide faculty and administrative decision-making processes in five main areas: student learning and the learning environment, assessment of student learning, curriculum and program development, instruction and professionalism. "Beyond Crossroads " offers a set of proposed actions in support of each recommendation listed.

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Publisher: Teacher Created Resources (January 27, 2006)

ISBN: 1420681796

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