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Criteria for Math Placement: Thinking of each student one at a time, rate each one on each of the six criteria below by selec by six, and then use the math roundi

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Communication

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Always uses correct math vocabulary to explain or describe math problems or situations Is always able to represent math problems using many multiple representations, i.e. symbols, numbers, charts, graphs, tables, pictures, manipulatives and equations. Always keeps a notebook where notes, homework and returned assignments are kept in an orderly manner. Can always put their finger on any assignment you request. Always completes homework/class work accurately and on time. Consistently scores above class average. Work is always complete, neat and on time. Always willing to ask questions when needed. Independent learner. Engages w/minimal or little direction from teacher. Seeks and enjoys a challenge and regularly completes classroom tasks in this specific subject area with authentic engagement with minimal or little direction from the teacher. Never complains when given a higher order thinking problem. High internal/low external motivation. Is very confident in math class. Very strong computational skills. Needs very few reminders, but if reminded can recall quickly.

Representation

Organization

Work Habits

Enjoys Math

Basic Math Skills

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Uses a large mix of correct math vocabulary Usually uses correct math vocabulary to and regular language to explain or describe explain or describe math problems or situations math problems or situations Is frequently able to represent math problems using multiple representations, i.e. symbols, numbers, charts, graphs, tables, pictures, manipulatives and equations. Is able to represent math problems in a limited number of ways, usually choosing one single method on a regular basis. Can use algorithms fairly consistently.

Isnt really able to keep a notebook where Is somewhat able to keep a notebook where notes, homework and returned assignments are notes, homework and returned assignments are kept in an orderly manner but is sometimes kept in an orderly manner. Can usually find able to find work. Is likely to use textbook as everything with a few exceptions. storage. Usually completes homework and class work accurately and on time. Grades are usually above class average. Always willing to ask questions when needed. Completes homework and class work on time fairly regularly. Grades are within the class average range. Sometimes willing to ask questions when needed.

Requires some direction. Enjoys challenge but does not seek. Usually completes tasks by When directed by teacher, accepts challenge. exceeding expectations. Occasionally class Completes tasks in a way that meets work meets expectations; requires some expectations for the class; when directed by the direction from teacher. High internal/medium teacher, the student can produce work that external motivation. Is sometimes confident in exceeds expectations. math class. Good computational skills. May need to review Fair computational skills. May need to review or revisit a few previously learned skills some previously learned skills.

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Rarely discusses math topics and rarely uses mathematical vocabulary. Does not represent problems using any method other than that used by others or the teacher or does not represent problems at all. Relies primarily on memorizing algorithms. Does not keep track of notes, homework and returned assignments. Frequently is unable to find work.

Sometimes completes homework/class work on time. Grades sometimes fall below class average. Never willing to ask questions when needed.

Needs extra teacher direction. Not motivated. Completes tasks in a way that meets expectations for the class; even when directed by the teacher the student produces work that meets minimum expectations.

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Very little retention of basic skills. Needs constant reminders of how to perform previously learned skills.

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