# 15 Math Problem Solving909

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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
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
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