1887

Tests and Measurement Procedures, Review and Evaluation

To a considerable extent modern education is characterised by the emphasis it places on adapting the educational programme to the needs of the individual child. Since these needs are governed by the child's level of ability and by the degree to which he has mastered the educational contents to which he has previously been exposed, it is important to determine these factors as accurately as possible. Once this information has been obtained, much can be done to individualize the educational process for each child, in part by grouping children into homogeneous instructional groups and in part by differentiating instruction within the classroom.

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