Assessing Higher Order Thinking in Mathematics

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Contents
Introduction: Assessing Higher Order Mathematical Thinking-- What We Need to Know and Be Able to Do1

Gerald Kulm
Part I: Current Perspectives on Mathematics Assessment
1. Developing Comprehensive Assessments of Higher Order Thinking7

Eva L. Baker
2. A Now World Wiew of Assessment in Mathematics21
Thomas A. Romberg, E. Anne Zarinnia, and Kevin F. Collis
3. Power Items and the Alignment of Curriculum and Assessment39

Tej Pandey
4. Assessing Student Growth in Mathematical Problem Solving53

Frank K. Lester, Jr. and Diana Lambdin Kroll
New Directions for Mathematics Assessment71

Gerald Kulm
Part II: Technology and Mathematics Assessment
6. Computer-Based Assessment of Higher Order Understandings and Processes in Elementary Mathematics81

Richard Lesh
7. Calculators and Mathematics Assessment111

Dorothy Strong
8. Advances in Computer-Based Mathematics Assessment121

Joseph I. Lipson, Joseph Faletti, and Michael E. Martinez
Part III: Research and Development In Mathematics Assessment
9. Students' Theories About Mathematics and Their Mathematical Knowledge: Multiple Dimensions of Assessment137

John G. Nicholls, Paul Cobb, Erna Yackel, Terry Wood, and Grayson Wheatley
10. The Assessment of Schema Knowledge for Arithmetic Story Problems: A Cognitive Science Perspective155

Sandra P. Marshall
11. Critical Evaluation of Quantitative Arguments169

Curtis C. McKnight
12. Investigation of Structured Problem-Solving Items187

Mark Wilson

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