Summary: Each chapter begins with ''Chapter Objectives,'' ''Key Terms,'' and ''Overview'' and concludes with ''Summary'' and ''References.'' 1. Foundations of Assessment. Why Do Teachers Assess? Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA) of 2004 Who is Eligible for Special Education? Response to Intervention (RTI). Multidisciplinary Teams The Individualized Education Program Special Considerations for Young Children Transition Services Procedures for Ensu ...show morering the Rights of Students and Families No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 Assessment Requirements Alternative assessments Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act Court Decisions Affecting Assessment Practices Responding to Diversity Boxes How It Works! Planning and Conducting Student Observations How It Works! Assessing Student Achievement in Mathematics at Highlands Middle School Research-based Practices: What's to Know? 2) Assessment Framework. Assessment Questions, Steps, and Purposes Assessment Questions Assessment Steps and Purposes Assessment Approaches Assessment of Assistive Technology Needs Approaches to Assistive Technology Assessment SETT Framework Matching Person & Technology (MPT) Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative (WATI) Preparing to Administer Assessments Before the Testing Begins When the Student Arrives After the Testing Is Completed Interpreting Assessments with Accommodations or Modifications Professional Standards Confidentiality Responding to Diversity Avoiding Assessment Bias Emerging Practices: Universal Design Boxes SNAPSHOT: Cory Research-based Practices: English Language Learners and Learning Disabilities How It Works! Assessment Practices in Action 3. Reliability and Validity. Reliability Approach 1: Using Correlation Coefficients Approach 2: Variances or Standard Deviations of Measurement Errors Approach 3: Item Response Theory Factors that Influence Reliability Validity ...show lessEdition/Copyright: 3RD 06
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