Assessing Concepts of Geometry & Measurement in Adults


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After completing a math activity, which assessment technique is the best?

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1. How can you use the dialogue assessment technique to help you gauge how well your adult students understand the concept of similar shapes?

2. Peggy has her students swap homework assignments and has each student grade their neighbor's homework. Which assessment technique is she using?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

In this quiz and worksheet, we've compiled a list of multiple-choice questions that will assess your knowledge of the assessing the geometry and measurement skills in adults. Using this quiz, you'll be asked about how dialogue assessments can be used and how scaffolding can be utilized as an assessment tool.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Take a few minutes to see how well you know:

  • Which assessment is best after completing a math activity
  • How to use the dialogue assessment technique to see how well students understand similar shapes
  • Which assessment technique involves swapping and grading a neighbor's homework
  • How scaffolding can be used as an assessment tool
  • The assessment that involves using leading questions to guide a student's thinking

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on assessing adults' knowledge of geometry and measurement concepts
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding a helpful assessment to use after a math activity
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding which assessment involves asking leading questions and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

More information about this subject is available in our short lesson called Assessing Concepts of Geometry & Measurement in Adults. Once you complete this professionally written lesson, you should be ready to:

  • Explain formal testing as an assessment tool
  • Detail when assessment takes place during a class
  • Identify when feedback can be used for assessment