End of Unit Assessment

The End of Unit Assessment is intended to surface how students understand the mathematics in relation to the end of year goal of a Regents examination. To support retention, the End of Unit Assessments are intentionally designed with spiralled questions from previous units.

We provide:

  1. Student-facing materials, which come in two types. First, a Regents-like assessment in three parts: a section with eight multiple choice questions, a section with three constructed response questions worth 2 points each, and a section with one constructed response question worth 4 points. Second, a longer contextual problem may be available for some units.
  2. Teacher tools, which include instructions and suggestions for how to use the assessment (which you may adapt or modify as you need), a scoring guide, and test blueprints. A set of data tools may be provided in some units to make sense of the resulting student work on the performance task and plan next steps.