DYNAMIC ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING POTENTIAL IN STANDARD AND TALENTED CHILDREN

Marta FILICKOVA

University of Presov in Presov

Iveta KOVALCIKOVA

University of Presov in Presov

Ivan ROPOVIK

University of Presov in Presov


Abstrakt

The article deals with dynamic testing, understood as a means of learning potential assessment.
In the paper, basic features of the dynamic test as well as theoretical background for dynamic
testing are presented. The AnimaLogica dynamic test is being introduced and studies conducted in
the recent past using this test are presented. The main aim of the article is to compare analogical
reasoning in two populations: children from standard population and talented children. The focus in the present study was put on 1) the level of learning potential, understood as performance
improvement following the training phase, 2) the nature of prompts in training phase, and
3) solving strategies. Data analysis revealed that there was no difference between standard and
talented population in post-test. 


Słowa kluczowe:

dynamic test, learning potential, talented children, AnimaLogica

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FILICKOVA, M., KOVALCIKOVA, I., & ROPOVIK, I. (2016). DYNAMIC ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING POTENTIAL IN STANDARD AND TALENTED CHILDREN. Civitas Et Lex, 9(1), 23–34. https://doi.org/10.31648/cetl.2291

Marta FILICKOVA 
University of Presov in Presov
Iveta KOVALCIKOVA 
University of Presov in Presov
Ivan ROPOVIK 
University of Presov in Presov



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