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TEMA 3

Test of Early Mathematics Ability - Third Edition

Herbert P. Ginsburg, Arthur J. Baroody

Measure strengths & weaknesses of mathematics performance for children ages 3 to 8


TEMA 3

Overview

Overview

The TEMA-3 measures the mathematics performance of children between the ages of 3 years 0 months and 8 years 11 months. It is also helpful with older children who have learning problems in mathematics.

  • Excellent way to measure progress in math, evaluate programs, screen for readiness, discover the bases for poor school performance in math, identify gifted students, and guide instruction and remediation
  • A linear equating procedure allows examiners to use scores on Forms A and B interchangeably
  • Studies are now included showing that the TEMA-3 has no ethnic or gender bias

Key Areas Measured


Key Areas Measured

  • Numbering Skills
  • Number-Comparison Facility
  • Numeral Literacy
  • Mastery of Number Facts
  • Calculation Skills
  • Understanding of Concepts

Quick Reference

Age

Age

3 to 8

Administration Type

Administration Type

Self

Administration Time

Administration Time

40 Minutes

Number of Items

Number of Items

Two parallel forms each containing 72 items

Qualification Level

Qualification Level

B

Format(s)

Format(s)

Handscored

Quick Reference

Age

Age

3 to 8

Administration Type

Administration Type

Self

Administration Time

Administration Time

40 Minutes

Number of Items

Number of Items

Two parallel forms each containing 72 items

Qualification Level

Qualification Level

B

Format(s)

Format(s)

Handscored

How To Use

How To Use

Reliability and Validity

Reliability and Validity

The test measures both informal and formal concepts and skills in the following domains: numbering skills, number comparison facility, numeral literacy, mastery of number facts, calculation skills, and understanding of concepts. It has two parallel forms each containing 72 items. Also provided is a book of remedial techniques (Assessment Probes and Instructional Activities) for improving the skills in the areas assessed by the test.

Internal consistency reliabilities are all above .92; immediate and delayed alternative form reliabilities are in the .80s and .90s. In addition, many validity studies are described.