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Title: 
Reforms in assessment practices in mathematics: Innovations or rigmaroles?
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Issue Date: 
1996
Citation: 
Wong, K. Y. (1996). Reforms in assessment practices in mathematics: Innovations or rigmaroles? The Mathematics Educator, 1(1), 67-81.
Abstract: 
This paper begins with a series of questions about a typical assessment task. These questions highlight issues that cry out for reforms in assessment practices. The characteristics of current reforms are then compared with the traditional approach, citing recent Australian mathematics education projects as examples. Teachers are encouraged to reflect on these changes and to make the personal journey to effect changes in assessment whenever these could promote better learning of mathematics.
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0218-9100
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