Examining the Links Between Psychoeducational Assessment, Instruction and Remediation
The assessment of students' capabilities and learning outcomes has long been considered an important factor in instructional design and program planning and refinement. The information provided by clinicians, however, has not always been presented to classroom teachers in a form that will allow them to amend their classroom practices to the students' advantage. This paper reviews the recent history of psychoeducational testing and examines several attempts to link assessment with instruction within the information processing domain. The authors present a case for the inclusion of testing procedures that inform teachers of students' information processing capabilities and they argue that clinicians and educators must work together to translate these data into effective remediation and instruction practices.
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