Are Comprehensive Reading Assessments Unfair? No Comprehension Without Prior Knowledge — Fair schooling & assessment

Originally posted on 3-Star learning experiences: Paul A. Kirschner & Mirjam Neelen Reading comprehension (also known as close reading[1]; we use both terms interchangeably in this blog) is a high-stakes skill. After all, there are important consequences for whomever gets tested for it. For example, reading comprehension tests might impact getting a certificate or diploma,…

via Are Comprehensive Reading Assessments Unfair? No Comprehension Without Prior Knowledge — Fair schooling & assessment

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