ACER news 30 September 2021
Learning progressions are based on evidence that students in a single cohort can be at very different points in their learning and therefore require targeted instruction at the appropriate level of challenge. By identifying each student’s starting point and measuring their progress along a continuum of learning over time, every student can be supported to show progress. It’s a simple concept but its complex psychometric underpinnings allow researchers valuable opportunities to describe progress in great detail in a range of domains.
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