Other there other numeracy diagnostic assessments I can look at?
Yes, there are. But first, let’s figure out where you’re up to and what you need to do.
You may already have a good idea of what you want to do for your contextualised numeracy diagnostic. If you do, you should get on with it now.
- Skip this section if you already know what you are doing for your contextualised numeracy diagnostic.
But if you’re unsure, there are at least two things you can do to move forwards.
One is to see if you can adapt something from one of the scenarios that we discussed earlier.
The other is to carry on here. This may also be because you may wish to tackle other specific numeracy skills that we haven’t discussed.
If you’re still looking for ideas, the supporting resources for the Learning Progressions contain a range of different diagnostic assessments that you could use for ideas or modify to suit your context.
If you’re still looking for ideas, here is a range of more generic diagnostic assessments that you could contextualise for your own purposes.
Up next: we’ll point you to other diagnostic assessments for these strands:
- Teaching adults to make sense of number to solve problems
- Reason statistically
- Measure and interpret shape and space.