The Philosophical Underpinnings and Key Features of the Dynamic Learning Maps Alternate Assessment
by Neal M. Kingston, Meagan Karvonen, Sue Bechard & Karen A. Erickson — 2016
The Dynamic Learning Maps™ Alternate Assessment is based on a different set of guiding principles than other assessments. In this article we describe its characteristics and look at the history of alternate assessment and the problems in implementing useful assessment programs for students with significant cognitive disabilities.
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