Assessing Children's Mathematical Knowledge: Social Class, Sex and Problem-Solving

@inproceedings{Cooper1999AssessingCM,
  title={Assessing Children's Mathematical Knowledge: Social Class, Sex and Problem-Solving},
  author={Barry Cooper and M{\'a}ir{\'e}ad Dunne},
  year={1999}
}
The research - origins, methods, issues children and realistic test items - reflecting on previous studies realistic items - two children, two cultural competences? class, sex, contextualization and performance - a quantitative analysis at Key Stage 2 realistic items, class and sex - two examples from Key Stage 2 class, sex, selection for tiers and performance - a quantitative analysis at Key Stage 3 children's answers to items and explicitness - examples from Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3… CONTINUE READING

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