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stan

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From: montara, california
Registered: 3/24/08
Measuring what students learned
Posted: Mar 24, 2008 12:10 PM
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1) How do you measure what your students have learned when using Accelerated Math (AM) other than summing up the number of objectives mastered over a specified time? The AM objectives are correlated with the Californian Standards. Do you compare AM mastery of objectives with other assessments or benchmarks other than the CST's (California Standards Test)?

2) Can you provide one or two key performance indicators (quantifiable success factors of a program) in using Accelerated Math?



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