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Dynamic Assessment

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Heather Kampschnieder

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Transcript of Dynamic Assessment

Chelsea Hull, Laura O'Grady,
Heather Kampschnieder Dynamic Assessment Static Assessments Defined References Standardized Tests Range of methods and materials
to assess a child's potential of learning Dynamic Assessments Defined Small step tasks can identify an individual child's specific way of learning Uses in Speech Language Therapy Lack of inter-reliability Why not use dynamic assessment
all the time? Hasson, N., & Joffe, V. (2007). The case for dynamic
assessment in speech and language therapy. Child Language Teaching and Therapy, 23, 9-25. Static Assessment Example Instructions can be
too complex
Required responses may be too demanding Structured Protocol No room to guide or intervene Limitations of Static Assessment Dynamic Assessment Example Test-Teach-Retest Carrying Out Dynamic Testing Focus
Interaction Target Facilitates learning and promotes active participation
Focuses on process over product
Identifies a learner's modifiability Teacher intensive Time consuming Summary Less than accurate Inadequate for prediction purposes Fail to provide guidance for intervention Unable to be used with all children Graduated prompting can predict a child's readiness for reading Rating scales can be used to monitor children's learning progress Vocabulary learning and narratives can help identify kids who need SLT Dynamic assessment is more flexible - allowing SLPs to guide and intervene Dynamic assessment can be used with difficult to test children. How could you use dynamic assessment to measure a child's abilities if his/her primary language is Spanish? ask
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