Ecosystemic, asset-based approach to psychometric assessment. Psychometric assessment of cognitive, emotional and social functioning. Theoretical and contextual knowledge of psychometrics and principles of psychometric testing. Applied experience in psychometric assessment. Responsible use of classification and labelling. Assessment paradigms in culturally diverse settings. Ethical issues of psychological assessment in the context of learning and development.
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