How it works.
The examinee is presented with a series of tasks to solve independently. Their progress is observed as they complete these tasks, noting difficulties and errors. Next, the examinee receives mediation, during which they are taught various strategies for solving the tasks. Mediation may be as brief as five minutes or as long as an hour, depending on the examinee’s difficulty processing the material. Finally, they are retested, noting which strategies they use to measure how much learning has been retained and transferred to new and more challenging tasks. This presents the examiner with a clear understanding of how the examinee learns, highlighting the most efficient way to teach them to tap into their latent learning potential.
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