Math LATEX QA  Teaching
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Question 1 of 60
1. Question
Examples of _______________ errors include (a) not following directions and (b) writing the wrong number.
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Question 2 of 60
2. Question
Mrs. Welcher reminds her 3rdgrade students that an example of a careless error is _______________.
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Question 3 of 60
3. Question
Mr. Davis explained to his 2ndgrade math students that an example of a careless error is _______________.
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Question 4 of 60
4. Question
Miss Welcher noticed that her 3rdgrade math students were not following written directions. She explained that is an example of a ___________ error.
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Question 5 of 60
5. Question
Mrs. Leavitt noticed that Jerry was not following the directions in his workbook. She explained to him that this is a _____________ error that can be corrected with focused attention.
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Question 6 of 60
6. Question
In her 4th grade class, Mrs. Welcher’s math students were often writing the wrong numbers when copying problems from the board or textbook. She recognized these ___________ errors and was able to address them with guided practice.
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Question 7 of 60
7. Question
Mr. Berendt noticed that Marissa was often writing the wrong numbers in her workbook. He explained to her that this is a _____________ error that can be corrected with focused attention.
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Question 8 of 60
8. Question
Miss Barnes is careful to watch for _______________ errors by her 7thgrade math students. For example, she watches for work too messy to understand and when a student drops a negative sign.
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Question 9 of 60
9. Question
Mrs. Fisher explained to her 6thgrade math students that an example of a precision error is _______________.
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Question 10 of 60
10. Question
Mrs. Berendt is a 6thgrade mathematics teacher at Holly Hill Middle School. She begins each year by explaining that an example of a precision error is _______________.
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Question 11 of 60
11. Question
In her 4th grade class, Mrs. Leavitt’s students were copying two daily warmup problems from the board. When walking around the room, she noticed that many problems were too messy to understand, even for the students. She was then able to address these ___________ errors with guided practice.
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Question 12 of 60
12. Question
Mrs. Fisher noticed that Andy’s problem was not understanding the math, it was reading his own messy notes and problems. She explained to him that this is a _____________ error that can be corrected with focused attention.
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Question 13 of 60
13. Question
In her 6th grade class, Mrs. Washington’s math students would occasionally drop a negative sign when writing an algebra equation. She recognized these _____________ errors and was able to address them with guided practice.
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Question 14 of 60
14. Question
Mr. Tacker noticed that Josie was often dropping a negative sign when writing equations. He explained to her that this is a _____________ error that she can correct with more focused attention.
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Question 15 of 60
15. Question
Mr. Ross explained to his 5thgrade math students that examples of _______________ errors include adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing incorrectly.
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Question 16 of 60
16. Question
Mr. Leavitt is a firstyear mathematics teacher at Highlands Elementary School. He plans to explain to his students that an example of a computation error is _______________.
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Question 17 of 60
17. Question
Mrs. Leavitt explained to her 4thgrade math class that an example of a computation error is _______________.
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Question 18 of 60
18. Question
Mrs. Welcher noticed that her 2nd graders were adding and subtracting incorrectly. This is an example of a ___________ error.
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Question 19 of 60
19. Question
Miss Kelly noticed that Jerry was multiplying and dividing incorrectly in his workbook. She explained to him that this is a _____________ error that can be corrected with guided practice.
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Question 20 of 60
20. Question
In her 4thgrade class, Mrs. Covello’s students were often adding and subtracting incorrectly during the daily oral warm up exercises. She recognized these ___________ errors and was able to address them with guided practice.
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Question 21 of 60
21. Question
Mr. Berendt noticed that Jenny was often multiplying and dividing incorrectly in her workbook. He explained to her that this is a _____________ error that can be corrected with guided practice.
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Question 22 of 60
22. Question
Mr. Tacker explained to his mathematics class, “Examples of _______________ errors include (a) not following the rules and (b) failure to complete the steps.”
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Question 23 of 60
23. Question
Mrs. Elias explained to her mathematics classes that an example of a problemsolving error is _______________.
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Question 24 of 60
24. Question
Mr. Reed is a firstyear teacher at Mainland High School. He plans to explain to his mathematics students that an example of a problemsolving error is _______________.
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Question 25 of 60
25. Question
In her 2nd grade class, Mrs. Mate’s students were often miscalculating because they were not following the rules; the order of operations. She pointed out these ___________ errors and her students were able to make corrections.
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Question 26 of 60
26. Question
Mrs. Mates noticed that Jenny was answering algebra questions incorrectly because she often did not follow the rules. She explained to her that this is a _____________ error that can be corrected with guided practice.
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Question 27 of 60
27. Question
In her 7thgrade class, Miss Alexander’s students occasionally failed to complete the steps in their algebra problems. She recognized these ___________ errors and was able to address them with guided practice.
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Question 28 of 60
28. Question
Mr. Yates noticed that Marnie was failing to complete all of the steps in each geometry problem. He explained to her that this is a _____________ error that can be corrected with guided practice.
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Question 29 of 60
29. Question
Which of the following sequences best represents the most appropriate learning progression of algebraic thinking?
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Question 30 of 60
30. Question
Which of the following sequences best represents the most appropriate learning progression of geometric thinking?
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Question 31 of 60
31. Question
Which of the following sequences best represents the development of math automaticity.
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Question 32 of 60
32. Question
PEMDAS is an acronym most closely related to ______________________.
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Question 33 of 60
33. Question
Miss Leavitt learned recently the her 3rdgrade students had created a new algorithm for subtraction. The most appropriate reaction would be to tell the students that they are ____________________________.
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Question 34 of 60
34. Question
Procedural _______________ builds on a foundation of conceptual understanding, strategic reasoning, and problem solving.
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Question 35 of 60
35. Question
A foundation of conceptual understanding, strategic reasoning, and problem solving is called __________________.
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Question 36 of 60
36. Question
________________ fluency extends students’ computational fluency and applies in all strands of mathematics.
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Question 37 of 60
37. Question
The Bridgewater School District requires all 4thgraders to complete an untimed test containing 25 multiple choice mathematics problems. The tests are scored and the results are compared throughout the district. What component of mathematics fluency is most likely the goal of this type of assessment?
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Question 38 of 60
38. Question
Miss Kelly is starting the new school year teaching a 5thgrade mathematics course. In order to determine the students’ readiness to begin the new year, she decides to conduct a ______________ test.
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Question 39 of 60
39. Question
Conducting __________ assessment, which is ongoing, focuses teachers on learning and teaching. This practice includes monitoring students on a daytoday basis and modifying teaching strategies to promote student success.
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Question 40 of 60
40. Question
Mrs. Barton incorporates _____________ assessment in her teaching. This type of assessment is often times referred to as for learning because it’s ongoing and involves monitoring students on a daytoday basis. Mrs. Barton can modify her teaching based on what the students need to be successful.
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Question 41 of 60
41. Question
This type of assessment is described as for learning because it provides students with the timely, specific feedback that enables them to make adjustments to practices.
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Question 42 of 60
42. Question
A characterization of ____________ assessment is a snapshot in time that lets the teacher, students, and their parents know how well each student has completed certain learning tasks and activities. This assessment is sometimes referred to as the assessment of learning.
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Question 43 of 60
43. Question
Mr. Leavitt regularly incorporates _____________ assessment in his teaching. This type of assessment provides information about certain student achievement. However, while it provides useful reporting information, it often has little effect on daytoday learning.
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Question 44 of 60
44. Question
The assessment, sometimes simply called learning, provides a oneshot view of how well a student has performed on a certain learning task or activity. Usually data is compiled into a single number or score as part of a report.
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Question 45 of 60
45. Question
________________ assessments are often called high stakes, which means that they have consequences that might include program placement and gradelevel retention.
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Question 46 of 60
46. Question
This type of assessment, sometimes called demographic, compares a student’s performance against other students, generally in a much larger group.
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Question 47 of 60
47. Question
_______________ assessment provides an estimate of the position of the tested individual to a statistically significant group, e.g. their peers across the country.
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Question 48 of 60
48. Question
This type of assessment is designed to measure student performance against a fixed set of predetermined learning standards, which often describe what students are expected to know and do at a specific stage of their education.
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Question 49 of 60
49. Question
Most tests and quizzes that are written by school teachers can be considered _____________ assessments. In these cases, the objective is simply to see whether the student has learned certain material.
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Question 50 of 60
50. Question
The assessment term means to measure a student’s performance at periodic intervals. One goal is to provide teachers with feedback on how students are meeting academic standards.
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Question 51 of 60
51. Question
Regular use of _________________ assessments is seen by many educators as a tool to measure student growth at regular intervals. This provides opportunities repair, renovate, and design curriculum to meet individual learning needs.
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Question 52 of 60
52. Question
The type of assessment is sometimes described as the measurement of accomplishments that are worthwhile, significant, and meaningful.
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Question 53 of 60
53. Question
_____________ assessments usually include a task for students to perform and, often times. a rubric by which their performance on the task will be evaluated.
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Question 54 of 60
54. Question
Mrs. Mate’s students are encouraged to choose among the approached they can remember and feel confident using. She is attempting to develop the students’ problemsolving __________.
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Question 55 of 60
55. Question
A student is practicing _____________ when they are to adaptively select the most appropriate problemsolving strategies.
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Question 56 of 60
56. Question
The student who can recall a math fact without having to think about it is said to have math _____________.
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Question 57 of 60
57. Question
Miss Leavitt’s mathematics students are encouraged to choose among the approached they can remember and feel confident using. She is enhancing the students’ ___________ to problemsolving.
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Question 58 of 60
58. Question
A student is practicing _____________ when they are to adaptively selecting the most appropriate problemsolving strategies.
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Question 59 of 60
59. Question
Founded in 1920, the _____________________ is the world’s largest organization concerned with mathematics education.
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Question 60 of 60
60. Question
The ________________________ is the professional mathematics education organization with over 80,000 members and 230 Affiliates throughout the United States and Canada.
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