Multiple entry points on the road to assessing students can tell teachers if students can do math and therefore apply math to real-world problems.

Contributor Notes

Elizabeth T. Walker, etwalker@buffalo.edu, enjoys creating performance tasks and problembased learning activities and encouraging all her students to muck about with mathematical ideas. Walker is currently a Ph.D. candidate and adjunct professor at the University at Buffalo, New York.

Jeffrey S. Molisani, jmolisani@marioncs.org, teaches sixth-grade mathematics at Marion Elementary School in Marion, New York. He has taught sixth-grade math for thirteen years and is interested in problem solving and the different strategies that students use to solve problems.

(Corresponding author is Walker etwalker@buffalo.edu)
(Corresponding author is Molisani jmolisani@marioncs.org)
Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School
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