Assessing Students with Special Needs
Appropriate for assessment courses in special education.This clear, comprehensive guide to the assessment of students with mild disabilities retains the hallmark of its previous editions by presenting a balanced coverage of formal and informal assessment. The text equips future teachers to understand all phases of the assessment process from helping them select the proper assessment tool to using the results to adapt instruction to improve education for special students.
- Hardback | 646 pages
- 213.4 x 249.9 x 29.2mm | 1,356.25g
- 28 Aug 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- 5th edition
Table of contents
PART I. INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL EDUCATION ASSESSMENT. 1. Special Education Assessment. 2. The Assessment Process. PART II. ASSESSMENT SKILLS FOR SPECIAL EDUCATORS. 3. Selection of Assessment Tools. 4. Standardized Tests. 5. Informal Assessment. 6. Classroom Assessment Techniques. PART III. ASSESSMENT OF GENERAL PERFORMANCE AREAS. 7. School Performance. 8. Learning Aptitude. 9. Specific Learning Abilities and Strategies. 10. Classroom Behavior. PART IV. ASSESSMENT OF ACADEMIC AREAS. 11. Reading. 12. Mathematics. 13. Written Language. 14. Oral Language and Bilingual Assessment. PART V. SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS. 15. Parent and Family Involvement. 16. Early Childhood Assessment. 17. Assessment for Transition Planning. Answers to Review Questions. Glossary. References. Test Index. Author Index. Subject Index.