This sixth edition of a text overviewing assessment practices and related issues offers expanded information on the role of the computer in areas such as computer administration and computer scoring, and increased coverage of alternate assessment and testing accommodations in large-scale testing pro
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Assessment of Exceptional Students, Fifth Edition, offers a pragmatic approach that emphasizes how both informal and formal procedures fit into the overall assessment process.
Retaining the major features of previous editions, this book details historical, legal, and philosophical issues as well as current concerns in the field. It provides up-to-date coverage of assessment instruments, techniques, and procedures that are used with special education students, and reviews observation, criterion-referenced testing, curriculum-based and portfolio assessment, and other alternative procedures. In addition to covering the areas of ability assessment, achievement testing, early childhood assessment, and vocational assessment, the book also provides readers with a complete chapter and case studies that examine the instruments and techniques for students with both mild and severe disabilities. For anyone interested in assessing special education students.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1988. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0130501700