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Re: [xmca] LSV- Dynamic Assessment-Feurestein-Kozulin Article

We read about the situation in Rio, Achilles, but it is difficult to feel
from so far away. Your note reminds us of the personal nature of the
violence and the conditions that engender it. At a distance it looks

You also remind me of the economic links of our practices intended to
"promote development"  if they are adopted outside of the academic hothouse.
Perhaps an automated DA program will be written and will become the favored
means of instruction at those high dollar DA academies you write of!
Invest now  :-)

On Sat, Nov 27, 2010 at 9:41 AM, Achilles Delari Junior <
achilles_delari@hotmail.com> wrote:

>  Thank you very much, I was familiar with the idea of "dinamic assessment",
> since article from Brown
> and Ferrara (1985), that I read around 1992-1993. But until know, have not
> put nothing similar in practice.
> Unfortunetally I am more emotionally ill than the people I hope someday to
> help. I apreciate very much
> ideas from Feurstein too, but, in Brazil there are no other way to learn
> "PEI - programa de enriquecimento instrumental"
> "Program of Instrumental Enrichement" - without many many dolars... Then,
> perhaps this article could give us
> some help and hope. For my friends that are sufficiently strong to stay at
> the front...
> Thank you very much.
> Achilles from Brazil.
> Date: Sat, 27 Nov 2010 09:12:30 -0800
> From: lchcmike@gmail.com
> To: xmca@weber.ucsd.edu
> CC: alexk@icelp.org.il
> Subject: [xmca] LSV- Dynamic Assessment-Feurestein-Kozulin Article
> This summary by Alex Kozulin, taken from the web, may be helpful for those
> who are unfamiliar with the notion of dynamic assessment that plays a
> central role in the P&L article.
> mike
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