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  1. NOMAD – 25(3-4), 2020

    Volume 25, No 3-4, October 2020

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    Editorial

    Lena Lindenskov and Pia Beck Tonnesen
    A logical model for interventions for students in mathematics difficulties – improving professionalism and mathematical confidence
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    Juuso Henrik Nieminen
    Student conceptions of assessment accommodations in university mathematics: an analysis of power
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    Leif Bjørn Skorpen
    What the teachers and the students do and how they interact – a comparison of special education teaching and ordinary teaching in mathematics
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    Catarina Andersson
    Formative assessment – from the view of special education teachers in mathematics
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    Helena Roos, Maria Lindfors and Anette Bagger
    Educational settings in relation to special educational needs in mathematics
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    Cecilia Segerby
    Mind the gap between students and their mathematical textbooks
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    Skapad: 2020-11-04 kl. 09:43

  2. NOMAD 25(3-4), 2020

    Formative assessment – from the view of special education teachers in mathematics

    Catarina Andersson

    Abstract
    The potential of using formative assessment is well demonstrated, but studies about the use of formative assessment from a special education perspective are lacking. This study adds to this gap by investigating the view of formative assessment in a group of 39 special education teachers in mathematics (SETMs) who had learned about formative assessment within the SETM-program 2–6 years earlier. Five respondent interviews were used to design a questionnaire answered by the rest of the group. The SETMs had perceived formative assessment beneficial and useful in all their common sub-responsibilities and reported experiences of benefits as well as challenges. The article discusses the importance of reaching an inclusive formative assessment practice in mathematics education.

    Catarina Andersson
    Catarina Andersson is a senior lecturer at the Department of Science and Mathematics Education at Umeå University and a member of Umeå Mathematics Education Research Center (UMERC). Catarina works in teacher education, and has previously worked as a primary teacher and a special education teacher. Her main research interests are mathematics education, formative assessment, special education and teacher training.

    Skapad: 2020-11-04 kl. 09:30

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