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Learning About Assessment, Learning Through Assessment References 1. Artin, M. (1995). Algebra at the college level. In C. Lacampagne (Ed.), Proceedings of algebra initiative colloquium. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education. 2. Balanced Assessment Project. For information contact Graduate School of Education, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720. 3. Ball, D. (1994, November). Developing mathematics reform: What don't we know about teacher learning—but would make good working hypotheses. Paper prepared for conference on Teacher Enhancement in Mathematics K-6, Arlington, VA. 4. Barnett, C. et al. (Eds.), Fractions, decimals, ratios, and percents: Hard to teach and hard to learn. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. 5. Bryant, D. and Driscoll, M. J. (1998). Exploring classroom assessment in mathematics: A guide for professional development. Reston, VA: NCTM. 6. Clarke, D. J. (1993). Open-ended tasks and assessment: The nettle or the rose. Paper presented at the Research Presession of NCTM's 71st Annual Meeting. 7. Clarke, D. J. and Sullivan, P. A. (1992). The assessment implications of open-ended tasks in mathematics. In M. Stephens and J. Izard (Eds.), Reshaping assessment practices: Assessment in the mathematical sciences under challenge (pp. 161–179). Hawthorn, Australia: Australian Council for Educational Research. 8. Driscoll, M. J. (In preparation). Crafting a sharper lens: Classroom assessment in mathematics. In M. Solomon, The diagnostic teacher: Revitalizing professional development. New York: Teachers College Press.

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