Examining instructional change at scale using data from diagnostic assessments built on learning trajectories
By: J. Confrey & M. Shah
2021 journal article
Validation of a Learning Trajectory-Based Diagnostic Mathematics Assessment System as a Trading Zone
FRONTIERS IN EDUCATION, 6.
By: J. Confrey, M. Shah & E. Toutkoushian
2020 journal article
Working at scale to initiate ongoing validation of learning trajectory-based classroom assessments for middle grade mathematics
JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL BEHAVIOR, 60.
By: J. Confrey, E. Toutkoushian & M. Shah
2019 journal article
A Validation Argument From Soup to Nuts: Assessing Progress on Learning Trajectories for Middle-School Mathematics
APPLIED MEASUREMENT IN EDUCATION, 32(1), 23–42.
2018 journal article
The concept of an agile curriculum as applied to a middle school mathematics digital learning system (DLS)
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH, 92, 158–172.
By: J. Confrey, A. Maloney, M. Belcher, W. McGowan, M. Hennessey n & M. Shah
2017 journal article
Scaffolding learner-centered curricular coherence using learning maps and diagnostic assessments designed around mathematics learning trajectories
ZDM-the International Journal on Mathematics Education, 49(5), 717–734.
By: J. Confrey, G. Gianopulos, W. McGowan, M. Shah & M. Belcher
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