Student response shows clear evidence of
CRITERIA FOR ASSESSING MATHEMATICS  LEVEL 1 Emerging  LEVEL 2 Approaching  LEVEL 3 Proficient  LEVEL 4 Exemplary 
Claim 1 Concepts & Procedures “Students can explain and apply mathematical concepts and carry out mathematical procedures with precision and fluency.” 




Claim 2 Problem Solving “Students can frame and solve a range of complex and realworld problems in pure and applied mathematics. This is accomplished with the use of problem solving strategies and mathematical models” 




Claim 3 Communication and Reasoning “Students can clearly and precisely construct viable arguments to support their own reasoning and to critique the reasoning of others through the use of mathematical language and/or models.” 




Claim 4 Modeling interwoven throughout 
Interpreting Comments:
Comments: Claim : Level : Specific focus (optional)  Means  NA = Not assessed + = area of strength  = area for improvement ~ = inconclusive evidence 
1:3; 2:4:B+; 3:2:B=3  Proficient on concepts and procedures; Exemplary problem solving with precise, thorough responses; Approaching communication improve on language and notation; Overall Proficient 
Draft 1, September 2017. Adapted from the AERO Math Student Profile by Jon Lind