Supporting Lagging Students and Learning for All: Applying the Diagnose-and-Supplement System of Basic Skills in the Republic of Korea
This publication introduces the Diagnose-and-Supplement System of Basic Skills (DASOBS), an online–offline system for academically low-achievement students from grades 1 to 10 in the Republic of Korea.
DASOBS adaptive testing is administered four times a year, with supplemental materials provided so that students can study subjects and lessons according to their achievement levels. This publication outlines the system and discusses its policy implications and its potential for use in developing countries.
- Executive Summary
- Purpose, Features, and Progress of the Diagnose-and-Supplement System of Basic Skills (DASOBS)
- DASOBS Pipeline and Content
- DASOBS Operation
- Implications for Policy Planning