Its essential characteristic will consist in the dynamic adaptation of the items to the level of progressive competence that the student is showing. The system will allow recording the sequence of actions and execution times. Its application will allow obtaining information regarding both the (a) levels of difficulty shown during the resolution of different activities, as well as the (b) type and degree of support required to resolve them successfully.
The overall objective of this project consists of developing a computerized adaptive application for the dynamic assessment and optimization of executive functions in students with neurodevelopmental and learning disorders (C-DAOEF). The C-DAOEF device will contemplate different levels of difficulty and a graduated prompts system linked to each ítem.