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©Developed by G. Cheramie & R. Misak Updated 2/10 Math Problem Solving Requires discerning what information is missing (including recognizing relevant information), constructing the number sentence, and deriving the calculation problem for finding the missing information. Application of operations/axioms/ rules to word problems. Math Problem Solving differs from Quantitative Reasoning (Gq-RQ) in that RQ requires a more basic level of calculation ability. Skill Assessment Measures (Informal, Criterion-Referenced, Subtest Curriculum-Based, Standardized) Math Concepts WJ-III; KeyMath-3 Quantitative Concepts; Concepts cluster Word Problems/Applications WJ-III; WIAT-III Applied Problems; Math Problem Solving KTEA-II; KeyMath-3 Math Concepts & Applications; Applications Clust Skills in classroom Teacher Interview, Checklist, Work Samples Criterion-referenced Benchmarks, TAKS Response to Intervention Progress Monitoring data Narrow Ability/Core Cognitive Process General Sequential Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Broad Ability Gf Gf Measures (Standardized, Subtest Criterion-Referenced) WJ-III; SB5 Analysis-Synthesis; NV Fluid Reasoning WJ-III; CAS Concept Formation; NonVerbal Matrices WISC-IV; DAS-II Matrix Reasoning; Matrices KABC-II; NEPSY-II Pattern Reasoning ; Animal Sorting Quantitative Reasoning Gf DAS-II; SB5 Sequential Quan. Reas.; NV & V QuanReas WJ-III DS NumMatrices; NumSeries Working Memory Gsm WJ-III; WISC-IV WM Cluster (NR, AWM); WM Index DAS-II Recall of Digits Back. Lexical Knowledge for Math Concepts Gc KeyMath-3; WJ-III Same as noted above Achievement tests Visual-Spatial Gv DAS-II; KABC-II Pattern Construction; Triangles, BlockCounting, Rover SB-5; WJ-III NonVerbVisualSpatProc; Spatial Relations WISC-IV; NEPSY-II Block Design; Visuospatial cluster Perceptual Speed Gs WJ-III; WJ-III DS Visual Match, Pair Canc; CrossOut WISC-IV Symbol Search Other tests to consider: Comprehensive Mathematical Abilities Test (CMAT; Problem Solving subtest) NEPSY-II: Math Disorder profile = Executive Function and Visuospatial domains: Specific tests noted within these domains include Inhibition, Auditory Attention and Response Set, Picture Puzzles, Geometric Puzzles, Block Construction, Memory for Designs, Memory for Faces