On computer-based assessment of mathematics
Pead, Daniel (2010) On computer-based assessment of mathematics. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
This work explores some issues arising from the widespread use of computer based assessment of Mathematics in primary and secondary education. In particular, it considers the potential of computer based assessment for testing “process skills” and “problem solving”. This is discussed through a case study of the World Class Tests project which set out to test problem solving skills.
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