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How narrative assessments help

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Susan Fuiavailili, Teacher’s Aide:

"Because I’ve worked with him for over a year now I can see where he’s come from, what he’s achieved, and probably what he’s capable of. So not limiting him knowing that he is capable of doing more than what he is doing. So I think narratives are great in that way in that …. you can see the student’s … the student’s capability really. And know that, okay, he can do that, he then realised he could, and now we can set goals to help push him along further. So, yeah, it’s been good in that sense."