Conducting Independent Educational Evaluations

Conducting Independent Educational Evaluations : A Practical Guide to School-Based Assessments

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Conducting Independent Educational Evaluations: A Practical Guide to School-Based Assessments establishes standards for conducting independent educational assessments, also defining the process for completing them in school settings.

The text outlines the content for such an assessment, and also includes the direct measurement procedures for determining the quality of educational programming. Users will find practice-proven datasheets and decision-making flowcharts that practitioners can immediately put into practice in real-life settings.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 125 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 10mm | 174g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • 0128112867
  • 9780128112861

Table of contents

1. Introduction to Individual Educational Evaluation and Rationale for Evaluation(s)
2. Standards for Conducting Evaluation(s)
3. Formulation of Recommendations
4. Recruiting resources
5. Implementation
6. Programming for Maintenance and Generalization
7. Monitoring effectiveness of interventions
8. Troubleshooting
9. Follow up
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About Elizabeth C. Nulty

Dr. Dorsey has been a Gubernatorial appointed member of the Developmental Disabilities Councils (MDDC) of both Florida and Massachusetts, and chaired the Massachusetts MDDC Governmental Affairs Committee for over six years. Dr. Dorsey has authored several bills relative to the practice of Applied Behavior Analysis and testified on numerous occasions both at the federal and state level concerning proposed legislation, policies and budgets. Currently Dr. Dorsey spends much of his professional time conducting Independent Educational Evaluations for parents and school districts. He has testified as an expert witness in numerous Bureau of Special Education Appeals (BSEA) cases, as well as an expert witness in various Probate, Superior, and Federal Court cases involving the education and treatment of individuals diagnosed with developmental disabilities.
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