Classroom Assessment for Students with Special Needs in Inclusive Settings
For courses on Classroom and Curriculum-based Assessment. May also work as a supplement to Inclusion courses.This state-of-the art text considers the whole child and provides a comprehensive guide to authentic, pragmatic assessment as well as IEP planning and programming. It covers a wide range of informal methods of evaluation, including how to develop, administer, score, interpret, and match results to the curriculum. Written in a user-friendly format, this practical resource links theory to practice with real-life examples and gives detailed explanations regarding how, when, and why to assess.
- Paperback | 592 pages
- 190.5 x 232.2 x 27.7mm | 898.13g
- 03 Oct 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
I. OVERVIEW OF THE ASSESSMENT PROCESS. 1. The Purpose of Assessment. 2. Types of Assessment. 3. Factors Affecting Test Performance. II. PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT ISSUES. 4. Accountability, Accommodations and Alternative Assessment. 5. Gathering Baseline Assessment Information. III. DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF ASSESSMENT. 6. Reading Assessment. 7. Written and Oral Language Assessment. 8. Spelling and Handwriting Assessment. 9. Mathematical Assessment. 10. Content-Area Subjects and Study Skill Assessment. IV. FOCUS OF TRANSITION ASSESSMENT. 11. Transition Assessment: Early Childhood and Secondary Levels. Index.