Authors

Edna Shapiro

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Description

Shapiro defines competence in the various contexts in which it is used. She relates the findings of two studies carried out at Bank Street involving young children which illustrate how more sophisticated research strategies are necessary for evaluating competence in school.

Publication Date

10-2-2015

Publisher

Bank Street College of Education

City

New York

Keywords

educational assessment, Follow Through Program, children's learning

Disciplines

Curriculum and Instruction | Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research | Educational Methods | Educational Psychology | Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education

Comments

This paper was presented at the symposium Early Competence: Data and Challenges, at the American Psychological Association meeting, Montreal, Quebec, August 1973.