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Mathematics Teaching Self-evaluation Tools


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Send to printer For the following questions, select the statement which most accurately matches your level of confidence (1 is not confident and 4 is very confident) or choose from the alternatives detailed in the question. You do not have to answer all questions. Your answers will be saved so you can exit and come back to your self-evaluation at any time. Click Save and Results to view the next steps for questions you have answered.
1. How confident are you that you understand
      1 2 3 4  
a. the distinction between mass and weight?
b. the distinction between volume and capacity?
c. the accuracy of measurements?
d. compound measures?
 
2. How confident are you that you can:
      1 2 3 4  
a. bearings and their use?
 
3. How confident are you that you know how to find:
      1 2 3 4  
a. the area and perimeter of sectors and segments of a circle?
 
4. How confident are you that you know how to use:
      1 2 3 4  
a. the properties of simple solids to solve problems involving surface area and volume?
 
5. How confident are you that you understand:
      1 2 3 4  
a. The trigonometric ratios sine, cosine and tangent and know how to use them to solve relevant problems?
b. the equivalences of the trigonometric functions beyond the range –180° to 180°?
c. the use of the sine rule and cosine rule?
d. why caution is sometimes needed in interpreting results from the sine rule?
 
6. How confident are you that you understand and can use
      1 2 3 4  
a. the formula for the area of a triangle: A =
1
2
ab sin C ?