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Published Sep 30, 2021

Xiaoqiao Cheng  

Abstract

Compared with cognitive skills, non-cognitive skills cannot be accomplished through simple academic level tests. It is more through self- reported research and observation reports of others. These two methods are relatively easy to be proposed and tested, but they are easily affected by social expectations, response style and familiarity, resulting in deviations from the real results (Braun et al., 2001; He & Van de Vijver, 2015). Therefore, non-cognitive ability assessment is more challenging.

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Keywords

China, Education, Non-Cognitive Ability

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How to Cite
Cheng, X. (2021). Exploration of the Non-Cognitive Ability Assessment: The Scientific Value of the Survey on Social and Emotional Skills. Best Evidence in Chinese Education, 9(1), 1163–1167. https://doi.org/10.15354/sief.21.co017
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