## Reflection: Diverse Entry Points Introduction to Proofs Assessment - Section 1: Assessment

For this assessment, I allowed my students to use their notebooks for reference. Many of my students have testing anxiety. The use of the notebook enabled my students to feel more comfortable. The answers to the questions were not explicitly stated in their notebooks so students had to know how to apply the information from their notebooks. The types of questions on the assessments allowed the students to demonstrate their understanding of the content covered in the unit. Overall, the grades on this exam were higher than on previous exams.

Introduction to Proofs Summative Assessment Reflection
Diverse Entry Points: Introduction to Proofs Summative Assessment Reflection

# Introduction to Proofs Assessment

Unit 6: Introduction to Geometric Proofs
Lesson 10 of 10

## Big Idea: Students answer a combination of multiple choice, true/false, short and long answer questions to demonstrate their understanding of the concepts studied in the Introduction to Geometric Proofs unit.

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### Marisa Laks

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