Designing Learning Environments for Developing Understanding of Geometry and Space

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APPENDIX: EXAMPLES OF ITEMS FOR INDIVIDUAL ASSESSMENT

Area of a Rectangle

Figure 7.A1 displays a paper-and-pencil item designed to assess children's understanding of finding the area of a rectangular polygon.

How many squares will cover the rectangle? _____ FIG. 7.A1 Paper-and-pencil item for finding area of regular polygon.

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