“Dynamic testing” benefits gifted students

Research from the Universiteit Leiden looked at the benefits of “dynamic testing” with gifted students and found it superior to “traditional testing” (IQ) in terms of understanding how students process information and learn.  This is not a new concept in assessment, and really seems to be one that is worth a second look.


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