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Thanks very much for this Colleen; another OCR resource you might like to look at is the problem solving support pack, produced by the SMP. http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/83327-problem-solving-support-pack.pdf
Thank you Kevin – that looks great, I have updated the post above. Thank you for making the resources available to all teachers.
Thank you for this list!! My state (Nevada) and school district (Clark County School District) in the United States are among the many that have adopted a sort of national curriculum, which provides richer meaning to the learning that is happening in the classroom. We, as teachers, have been pooling our collective minds, in trainings and conferences as how to create assessments that add rigor to their learning and work, but also add a sense of reality of how mathematics is applied in the real world.
Our school district is planning on implementing a new type of high-stakes assessment. These assessments are leaving the single answer multiple-choice questions and multi-step constructed responses and heading toward various other methods of assessing the students, including multiple answer multiple choice and performance tasks, which, I believe, seem to be equivalent to the “rich tasks” mentioned in the blog above.
With so many examples, it truly opens our eyes as to what a “rich task” is and can allow us to create our own. Thank you again for sharing!
I am glad this is useful Bobby, there are many excellent tasks here.