Master of Arts (M.A.)
The purpose of this action research was to discover if the dynamic nature of assessment could be incorporated into a classroom and successfully used in reading instruction. This was a case study of six students in my 6th grade classroom in Spring, 2003. These students self-selected chapter books that were considered to be above their reading level. They were closely monitored as they read the books, receiving assistance when needed. When they completed the book, they took a computerized, multiple-choice comprehension test on the book.
Voogd, Lori, "Dynamic assessment and reading instruction" (2003). Capstone Projects and Master's Theses. 204.