Developing Effective Formative Assessment Practices For Students in Year 12 Mathematics A
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This case study investigated whether the implementation of a more comprehensive approach to formative assessment made a difference to students’ summative assessment outcomes. This study identified that the adoption of a more comprehensive model of formative assessment not only increased levels of student engagement and built a more positive classroom culture, but also improved summative assessment grades in Mathematics A for most, if not all, students. The influence of the teacher proved to be significant.
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