Reflection: Data Analysis Expressions Test - What have you learned? - Section 2: Explore


Using Mastery Connect for this test was extremely helpful.  So often kids rush through and make careless mistakes, and missing a negative on this test could make or break your score.  Therefore, when kids brought up their papers I scanned them and said - you missed 5, go check your work, or you missed 1, go check your work.  I didn't tell them which ones they missed, but I gave them an opportunity to analyze their work and look for mistakes, which really supports higher order thinking skills.  I am pleased with the results, over 80% of the kids met mastery, which I set at 88%!  See attached Item Analysis and Mastery Graph!

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Expressions Test - What have you learned?

Unit 5: Expressions
Lesson 10 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to add, subtract, multiply and factor linear expressions.

Big Idea: See the fruits of your labor…time to test on expressions!

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, 7th grade, simplifying expressions
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