Interactive Learning Environments: A New Look at Assessment and Instruction

@inproceedings{Brown1992InteractiveLE,
  title={Interactive Learning Environments: A New Look at Assessment and Instruction},
  author={Ann L. Brown and J. Campione and L. Webber and K. McGilly},
  year={1992}
}
Among the major creations of psychological theory in this century has been the notion of an individual intelligence quotient (IQ) and the means for measuring it. Enthusiasm for this invention, however, has been less than universal (Gould 1981); some regard it as a crowning accomplishment of psychological theory, while others see IQ tests as instruments for reinforcing social injustice.