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Curriculum Based Evaluation: Teaching and Decision Making

Curriculum Based Evaluation: Teaching and Decision Making - 3rd edition

ISBN13: 978-0534343705

Cover of Curriculum Based Evaluation: Teaching and Decision Making 3RD 00 (ISBN 978-0534343705)
ISBN13: 978-0534343705
ISBN10: 0534343708
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 3RD 00
Publisher: Wadsworth, Inc
Published: 2000
International: No

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Curriculum Based Evaluation: Teaching and Decision Making - 3RD 00 edition

ISBN13: 978-0534343705

Kenneth W. Howell and Victor Nolet

ISBN13: 978-0534343705
ISBN10: 0534343708
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 3RD 00
Publisher: Wadsworth, Inc

Published: 2000
International: No
Summary

This book presents clear and functional techniques for deciding what students with learning disabilities should be taught and how. This book can also function as a tool to assist pre-service teachers (students) with deciding how to teach and what to teach to regular/non-special education children.

Features:

  • The authors focus on effective instruction, instructional decision-making, and the various evaluation models useful in curriculum-based assessment.
       
  • Integrates basic concepts of evaluation and instruction with the best current knowledge to generate productive classroom tools.
       
  • Actual testing materials, objective lists, and task analysis provide students with practical tools.
       
  • Flow charts clarify the decision-making route of the evaluator.
  • "Exhibits" throughout the text can be used in evaluation settings.
       
  • Directs reader from problem recognition to selection of instructional objectives and aligned teaching procedures.
       
  • The book presents a variety of instructional techniques, presenting process evaluation tools for selected instructional procedures, peer tutoring, cooperative learning, and much more.
  • Emphasis on decision-making over measurement to teach the recognition that, especially in special education, every child needs to be evaluated individually and not compared with peers.
       
  • Incorporation of the function of evaluation and instruction to help the student understand that instruction must be based on the child's current level of achievement.
       
  • Part One focuses on the thought processes of teachers and the basic models of evaluation and teaching.
       
  • Part Two illustrates the applications of material from Part One across academic, social skills, and task-related contents.

Author Bio

Howell, Kenneth W. : Western Washington University

Nolet, Victor : Western Washington University

Table of Contents

1. Educational Decision Making.

2. Thinking About Learning.

3. Thinking About the Curriculum.

4. Thinking About Instruction.

5. Fundamentals of Evaluation.

6. Tools for Assessment.

7. Problem-Solving Evaluation and Decision Making.

8. Reading Comprehension.

9. Decoding.

10. Language.

11. Written Expression.

12. Math.

13. Social Skills.

14. Task-Related Behaviors.