My Math Binder Reflection

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The table shows that there are four (4) authentic assesssment methodologies which are classified under Assessment As Learning. There are two assessment methodologies under Mathematical Investigation and Modeling and one for each of the subjects Seminar in Problem Solving and Instrumentation in Mathematics.
My Math Binder, My Math Journey. The basis of conceptualizing the “My Math Binder: My Math Journey” are the portfolio making and journal and reflection writing. The similarity with portfolio is the collection of assessment result, the materials utilized and the reflection writing.
This assessment methodology is utilized in the topic “Demonstration Teaching and Portfolio Making” in the Mathematics subject Seminar in Problem Solving. The students
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Creating reflections requires critical thinking and designing the Math binder requires creativity and innovativeness. Information, media and technology skills are also enhanced since the students need to access information, utilize them as a basis in making their reflection. Passing their binder on time with desired quality requires skills such as initiative, self direction, leadership and responsibility, productivity and accountability.
The outcomes of the “My Math Binder, My Math Journey” are learners who can effectively and creatively express themselves in writing, are reflective and learn from their experiences, hence, self-renewing. They can create a binder and effectively identify their strengths and weaknesses.
The NCBTS domains integrated are curriculum and planning, assessing and reporting. The making of the Math binder is an exposure to innovative assessment methodologies which may vary from the usual authentic assessment methodologies
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Lastly, it is localized since it is anchored on their experiences in the previous assessment methodologies and made use of localized and indigenized material to design their Math Binder.
Room Interior Completion/Renovation. The “Room Interior Completion/Renovation” as an authentic assessment methodology is patterned from several existing authentic assessment methodologies used by Mathematics teachers. These are the use of tools and measuring instruments in Mathematics, gather data and compute, floor planning and drawing techniques. This assessment methodology captured several assessment practices like letting the students measure areas, compute for the number of tiles needed for the floor as well as paint for the wall. The said assessment methodology is used in the subject “Instrumentation in Mathematics” in the topic “ Utilizing Measuring Devices and Converting one unit to the other”. The students will assume the role of a new class adviser who will measure the floor area of the room and the area of the walls. This will be the basis of preparing a scale model to be submitted to the principal for funding
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