The Assessment Resource Banks (ARBs) are computerised banks of assessment material that are available on the Internet. They are linked to the current New Zealand curriculum statements in mathematics, science, and English. This workshop will introduce and demonstrate the ARBs. This will be followed by a description of the diagnostic potential of the ARBs. The final part will be an interactive discussion of the diagnostic dimension of a selection of resources from the mathematics ARB.
Paper presented at Technology in mathematics education (TIME 2000) - an International conference on technology in mathematics education. Auckland, Dec 2000.
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