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Output 3 – Dynamic Approach in Teaching Situations
Usually when people are assessed, great effort is made to assure that the assessment procedure is the same for everyone, and any interaction or assistance during the assessment itself is seen as unfair or even cheating. Dynamic assessment takes a very different stance, arguing that important information about a person’s abilities can be learned by offering assistance during the assessment itself. Not only can dynamic assessment provide a different picture of an individual’s abilities, it can actually help the child or adult to develop those abilities by providing finely tuned instruction, or mediation, while engaged in the assessment tasks.
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