What Is Holistic Assessment?


Holistic assessment refers to a type of assessment that takes a more textured or rich approach to assessment. It is therefore used to gain an in-depth understanding of a particular case as it considers all aspects.
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Aristotle was the first to describe holism. "The whole is greater than the sum of its parts" In short, to be completely holistic you must see a person as more than just
Holistic assessment is used to judge the overall picture, rather than overfocusing on small parts. For example, the written portion of the GED is an essay. Scorers use a holistic
Because "Holistic assessment" doesn't measure anything relevant, is subjective and therefore is meaningless. Grades in each subject allow the student as well as the teacher
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