QCAIQUASAR Cognitive Assessment Instrument (Quantitative Understanding: Amplifying Student Achievement and Reasoning)
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A team of teachers at another school examined their students' responses to the QCAI tasks and agreed that they needed to place greater emphasis on written communication skills.
In other situations, groups of teachers used QCAI results to identify curriculum strengths and weaknesses.
The QCAI task required students to draw the next figure in the pattern and then describe the pattern.
Teachers in the QUASAR schools frequently used the QCAI practice tasks to achieve these goals.(3)
Figure 3 shows a response to a QCAI task that involves interpreting a graph of the speed of a boy going to his grandmother's house.
1 We draw on studies (Parke, Lane, and Guo 1995; Lane and Parke 1996) that collected data from teachers, resource partners, and administrators regarding the consequences of a mathematics performance assessment (QCAI).
Participants from over 12 countries are taking part in the inaugural school," QCAI research director, Dr Sanjay Chawla told Gulf Times.
One of the aims of QCAI is to encourage local stakeholders to use Artificial Intelligence solutions built in Qatar.
"We are privileged to have an expert of Prof Wooldridge's calibre not only as another eminent member of QCRI's scientific advisory committee, but also here for the launch of such an important initiative as QCAI," Dr Elmagarmid said.
Tribune News Network Doha THE head of Oxford University's Department of Computer Science, Professor Michael Wooldridge, will be visiting Qatar next month to launch the new Qatar Center for Artificial Intelligence (QCAI).