Junior Assessment of Mathematics (JAM) Michelle Wetherall & Kim Bulluss firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com. Objectives. To inform teachers about the tool. To support teachers to know how to use and understand the tool.
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Junior Assessment of Mathematics (JAM)
Michelle Wetherall & Kim Bulluss
The Junior Assessment of Mathematics tool is designed to
Module One - Additive Strategies
Module Two- Multiplicative and Fraction Strategies
Module Three - Forward and Backward Number Sequences
Module Four - Fraction Knowledge
Module Five - Place Value Knowledge
Module Six - Basic Facts Knowledge
Module Seven - Algebra (Patterns)
Module Eight - Geometry (Shapes) and Statistics (Sorting)
Module Nine - Measurement (Length)
eg if Natalie is asked Task 1B we should be recording her actions and statement
“1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.” while noting that she was looking ahead.
This will be recorded in the box under EARLY LEVEL ONE.
measure with accuracy?
Feedback – form to fill in
Access Mathematics Symposium
resources and links online
Educational Leaders Website