Ubiquitous Assessment: Evaluation Techniques for the New Millennium
School psychologists Goodman and Carey conceive of ubiquitous assessment as a new paradigm of psychological and educational evaluation in which evaluation of the student or client is enmeshed within the learning or therapeutic process and the diagnostic considerations are a natural outgrowth of the learning or therapy connection. Their approach i
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