- Explores the relationship that dynamic assessment shares with intelligence and measurement
- Outlines a new approach to the assessment of human intelligence while remaining rooted within the scientific realm of psychology
- Fuses philosophy, science methodology, and meta-theory to offer an innovative framework for the assessment of models and theories, dynamic assessment, intelligence, measurement theory, and statistical significance testing
- Provides the theoretical underpinnings that can lead to a new way forward for the 'movement' of dynamic assessment
List of Figures.
List of Tables.
1 Introducing Dynamic Assessment and Intelligence.
History of Dynamic Assessment.
Various Strands of Origin.
Dynamic Assessment: Fundamentals.
A Glance at the Rest of the Book.
2 Theory and Meta-Theory within Psychology.
K. B. Madsen.
Madsen's Overarching Framework: Systematology – A Comparative Meta-Theoretical Taxonomy.
3 The Fundamentals of Assessment: Prime Considerations.
Integrating Madsen – Attenuating the Framework.
4 Dynamic Assessment and Intelligence: Exploring a Meta-Theoretical Framework.
The LLT and the ACIL: Diagnostic Programmes.
Assessing the Learning Potential for Inductive Reasoning (LIR) in Young Children.
Dynamic Assessment for Students with Learning Disabilities.
A Model for Dynamically Assessing Intelligence: Differences in Feedback.
Dynamic Assessment of the Level of Internalization of Elementary Schoolchildren's Problem-Solving Activity.
The Learning Potential Test for Ethnic Minorities (LEM).
The Swanson-Cognitive Processing Test.
Feuerstein's Learning Propensity Assessment Device.
The Assessment of Learning Potential: the EPA Instrument.
Application of Cognitive Functions Scale (ACFS).
Analogical Reasoning Learning Test (ARLT).
The Mindladder Model: Using Dynamic Assessment to Help Students Learn to Assemble and Use Knowledge.
The Cognitive Modifiability Battery.
5 Where to from Here?