
06150403
j
2013b.00254
Walsh, Shane
Peer and self assessment using Bowland tasks and Nuffield AMP activities.
Math. Sch. (Leicester) 41, No. 1, 1520 (2012).
2012
Mathematical Association (MA), Leicester
EN
C70
D40
D60
mathematical thinking
student development
selfevaluation
educational diagnosis
peer review (professional performance)
teachers
patience
progression grid
pair work
feedback
student activities
self concept
Bowland tasks
Nuffield AMP activities
assessment
Summary: The article presents an assessment of a project using a Bowland task or a Nuffield applying mathematical processes (AMP) activity with students to see the development of mathematical thinking. It provides a Nuffield AMP progression grid example for an activity which redesigns the school holiday and term dates. It cites observations about the students\rq\ development such as the use of peer and self assessment. It mentions the development on the part of the teachers such as exercising patience.