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Rex Boggs

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Secondary Mathematics Assessment Database
Posted: Oct 14, 1995 9:18 AM
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SMAD - the Secondary Mathematics Asssessment Database - is now on the
Web, containing a small number of assessment items.

It needs to be tested thoroughly before the number of items is significantly
expanded, and before I announce generally that it is open for business. If
you have a web browser, I would appreciate it if you could visit the site,
download some assessment documents, and let me know how it worked for you.

The database consists of a series of web pages organised hierarchically
by level (Junior, Senior), then by topic (eg Space) and finally by
subtopic (eg 3-D Shapes). It also contains a page for Maths Competition
questions, and a page for issues relating to alternative assessment in
secondary mathematics.

To use SMAD, follow links until you find some assessment that you wish to
download, then click on the title. Depending on how your web browser is
configured, the document will be either saved to a file, or your browswer
will open your word processor and load the document directly into it.

The URL for SMAD is:

Don't forget to sign the visitor's book before you leave!

BTW, the search facility wasn't working when I tested it this evening.
I've notified the programmer that maintains this site. So don't get too
concerned if you try it and get an error message.


Rex Boggs | High above the hushed crowd, | Rex tried to remain focused.
| Still, he couldn't shake one
Glenmore High School | nagging thought: He was an
Rockhampton, Queensland | old dog and this was a new
Australia | trick - Gary Larson

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