Failure of a child to perform well in class tests leads to believe that-

Question 

Failure of a child to perform well in class tests leads to believe that-

(a) Assessment is objective and can be used to clearly identical failure

(b) There is a need to reflect upon the syllabus, pedagogy and assessment process

(c) Some children are deemed to fail irrespective of how hard the systemtries

(d) Children are born with certain capabilities and deficits

Solution

Correct Answer is: (b) There is a need to reflect upon the syllabus, pedagogy and assessment process

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