|Age of students:||11-14 years|
|Hardware:||Tablets (iPad 1 per class or student)|
|Software:||Socrative or Classflow + Apple airserver
OR Showme and Reflector
|Functionalities of Technology:||Sending and displaying
Processing and analysing
|Time needed:||2-3 hours|
|FaSMEd partner:||University of Newcastle Upon Tyne|
This lesson is intended to help you assess how well students are able to solve real-life mathematical problems. In particular, students will develop their abilities in the following areas:
- Using proportional relationships to solve multistep ratio and percent problems.
- Drawing inferences about a population from a random sample of data.
- Making and stating assumptions based on real-life situations.
This tool describes ways in which digital technology can be used to support formative assessment. The original materials (pen-and-paper) were designed by the Mathematics Assessment Project and can be found under the link above.