CPSE 420 - Assess/Eval Stdnts w/Excp Nds

Fall 2012

Section 002: 280 MCKB on M W from 12:30 pm - 1:45 pm

Name: Katie Steed

Office Phone: 801-422-1408

Office Location: 237 C MCKB

Email: katie_steed@byu.edu

Office Hours: M 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

M,W 12:00 pm to 12:30 pm

Or By Appointment

Name: Emily Rice

Office Phone:

Office Location:

Email: EmilyRice99@yahoo.com

Course Information

Description

This course is designed to prepare upper-division students to plan, conduct, and interpret educational assessments to determine learning and behavior strengths and weaknesses that can be used in developing appropriate educational programs for exceptional children. Students in this course will learn to provide information to the IEP team (teachers, parents, school administrators, etc.) in the development and implementation of individualized education programs. This course is designed to meet the assessment requirements for the Utah State Special Education teaching licensure for Mild/Moderate and Severe. It is designed also to meet the knowledge and skill standards as outlined in the NCATE curriculum guidelines for basic and advanced programs in special educations as prepared by the Council for Exceptional Children.

 

Prerequisites

Admission to the teacher licensure or undergraduate programs in special education or permission of the instructor.

Material

Item

Vendor

Price (new)

Price (used)

PCL EDUCATION BYU CUSTOM Required

by J, VENN,

ISBN: 9780558265793

BYU Bookstore

$85.40

$64.05

Learning Outcomes

Basic terminology

Demonstrate an understanding of the basic terminology used in an assessment.

Ethical concerns

Discuss the ethical concerns related to assessment.

Legal provisions

Outline legal provisions, regulations and program standards regarding assessment.

Procedures

Identify the procedure used for screening, pre-referral, referral, and classification.

Application and interpretation of assessment scores

Describe the application and interpretation of assessment scores, including grade score vs. standard score, percentile rank, age/grade equivalents, and standings.

Assessments

Identify, administer, select and describe the different types of non-biased assessments using appropriate technology when necessary.

Informal test procedures

Discuss the components of and procedures for curriculum-based, portfolio, authentic, and functional assessment (informal test procedures), and apply these to different categories of exceptional children (e.g., L.D., E.D, & I.D.).

Influence of diversity

Discuss the influence of diversity on assessment, eligibility, programming and placement of exceptional learners.

Relationship between assessment and placement decisions

Describe the relationship between assessment and placement decisions.

Methods for monitoring student progress

Outline, develop or modify methods used for monitoring student progress.

Grading Scale

Grade

Percent

A

96% to 100%

A-

90% to 95%

B+

87% to 89%

B

84% to 86%

B-

80% to 83%

C+

77% to 79%

C

74% to 76%

C-

70% to 73%

D+

67% to 69%

D

64% to 66%

D-

60% to 63%

E

0% to 59%

Grading Policy

Complete all requirements and activities outlined for this course within the prescribed time period and by the due date. Assignments are due at the beginning of class. Please do not work on assignments during class. Late assignments will lose 10% for each day they are late

·              At the discretion of the professor, some assignments, such as test protocols, may be corrected  and turned in a second time. The stipulation is this: it must be resubmitted within a week of the day     it was handed back to the class and you can only regain a maximum of half of the points you lost.    So, please work to get it correct at first.

 

Participation Policy

·          Complete all in-class assignments and activities.

·          Participate actively in all learning activities within the class.

·          Participate actively in class discussions.

·          Interact in a professional manner with all students and parents that you work with as a part of the learning activities for this course following the objective outlined on the professionalism rubric.

·             Complete assigned readings before class.

·             No extra credit will be given.

Attendance Policy

Students will arrive on time and attend every class until class is dismissed. Any exceptions will be deemed excused or not excused by the professor with a point reduction for being tardy or late. Professional conduct requires that you contact the professor before class if you will miss or arrive late. It is considered unprofessional to allow your cell phone to interrupt class.

Assignment Descriptions

WJIII Achievement

Due: Monday, Oct 15 at 11:59 pm

Woodcock Johnson III Achievement Rubric Fall 2007

Score

Possible

Examiner’s name & date in ink

 

1

Administer subtests ______________________

 

4

Complete WJ-III Protocol correctly

 

8

Compuscore Achievement

 

2

Write a 1 page summary of strengths and weaknesses, with recommendations (follow format handed out)

 

6

Write 2 PLAAFPS with 2 Measurable Goals based on your testing

 

4

TOTAL

 

25

 

Ecological Inventory

Due: Wednesday, Oct 03 at 11:59 pm

Ecological Inventories Objectives

Points Earned

Points Possible

Bio info and date filled in ink

 

2

Domain, Environment & Sub Environments correctly filled-in

 

3

At least 3 activities are listed with reasonable task analysis between each one

 

8

Comments are written

 

2

Key is created and codes are used to track progress during assessment

 

1

Write 2 PLAAFPS with 2 Measurable Goals based on your testing

 

4

TOTAL

 

20

 

WJIII Cognitive

Due: Monday, Oct 08 at 11:59 pm

Woodcock Johnson III Cognitive Rubric Fall 2007

Score

Possible

Examiner’s name & date in ink

 

1

Administer subtests ______1-7________________

 

4

Complete WJ-III Protocol correctly

 

8

Compuscore Cognitive

 

2

Write a 1 page summary of strengths and weaknesses, with recommendations (follow format handed out)

 

6

Write 2 PLAAFPS with 2 Measurable Goals based on your testing

 

4

TOTAL

 

25

 

BOS

Due: Wednesday, Oct 31 at 11:59 pm

Behavioral Objective Sequence

Score

Possible

Examiner’s name and date in ink

 

1

Demographic information complete

 

1

All 6 subscales items completed

 

3

Student performance levels determined

 

2

Written report of social/behavioral strengths/weaknesses

 

4

Your recommendations for behavioral improvement

 

5

Write 2 PLAAFPS with 2 Measurable Goals based on your testing

 

4

TOTAL

 

20

 

SIB-R

Due: Wednesday, Oct 24 at 11:59 pm

SIB-R Objectives

Points Earned

Points Possible

Demographic info filled out in ink

 

1

Appropriate chronological age found

 

2

Administer all subtests: A-N appropriately

 

3.5

Correct basal and ceiling for each subtest

 

3.5

Problem behavior section appropriately filled in

 

2

Individual Plan Recommendation filled out

 

2

Compuscore correctly

 

3

Strengths/weaknesses and recommendations write-up (follow standard model)

 

4

Write 2 PLAAFPS with 2 Measurable Goals based on your testing

 

4

TOTAL

 

25

 

Brigance

Due: Monday, Sep 24 at 11:59 pm

Brigance

Score

Possible

Fill out demographics (cover and pg.1)

 

2

Fill out protocol correctly (any 3 sections) w/ pencil and blue pen; circles and lines

 

6

Write 2 PLAAFPS with 2 Measurable Goals based on your testing

 

8

Strengths/Weaknesses write-up

 

4

Total

 

20

 

CARS

Due: Monday, Nov 12 at 11:59 pm

CARS

Points

Possible

Demographic info. complete on cover with C.A.

 

2

Numbers from 15 categories transferred to front page w/ total score

 

2

“Total Score” shaded-in on front page

 

1

All 15 categories scored (1-4)

 

1

Observations filled-in on each category

 

5

Write 2 PLAAFPS with 2 Measurable Goals based on your testing

 

4

TOTAL

 

15

 

Chapter Study Guide 1

Due: Wednesday, Aug 29 at 11:59 pm

Text Reading Study Guide Rubric:

Criteria

Points Earned

Points Possible

Study Guide has been typed and is free from grammatical errors

 

.5

Study guide consists of at least 10 questions and answers

 

2.5

Questions reflect good thought and depth

 

1

Answers are complete

 

.5

Study guides reflects the entire chapter

 

.5

TOTAL

 

5

 

Study guides 2

Due: Wednesday, Sep 05 at 11:59 pm

Text Reading Study Guide Rubric:

Criteria

Points Earned

Points Possible

Study Guide has been typed and is free from grammatical errors

 

.5

Study guide consists of at least 10 questions and answers

 

2.5

Questions reflect good thought and depth

 

1

Answers are complete

 

.5

Study guides reflects the entire chapter

 

.5

TOTAL

 

5

 

Study guides 3

Due: Wednesday, Oct 17 at 11:59 pm

Text Reading Study Guide Rubric:

Criteria

Points Earned

Points Possible

Study Guide has been typed and is free from grammatical errors

 

.5

Study guide consists of at least 10 questions and answers

 

2.5

Questions reflect good thought and depth

 

1

Answers are complete

 

.5

Study guides reflects the entire chapter

 

.5

TOTAL

 

5

 

Study Guide 5

Due: Monday, Oct 01 at 11:59 pm

Text Reading Study Guide Rubric:

Criteria

Points Earned

Points Possible

Study Guide has been typed and is free from grammatical errors

 

.5

Study guide consists of at least 10 questions and answers

 

2.5

Questions reflect good thought and depth

 

1

Answers are complete

 

.5

Study guides reflects the entire chapter

 

.5

TOTAL

 

5

 

Study Guide 6

Due: Wednesday, Nov 14 at 11:59 pm

Text Reading Study Guide Rubric:

Criteria

Points Earned

Points Possible

Study Guide has been typed and is free from grammatical errors

 

.5

Study guide consists of at least 10 questions and answers

 

2.5

Questions reflect good thought and depth

 

1

Answers are complete

 

.5

Study guides reflects the entire chapter

 

.5

TOTAL

 

5

 

Study Guide 7

Due: Wednesday, Oct 24 at 11:59 pm

Text Reading Study Guide Rubric:

Criteria

Points Earned

Points Possible

Study Guide has been typed and is free from grammatical errors

 

.5

Study guide consists of at least 10 questions and answers

 

2.5

Questions reflect good thought and depth

 

1

Answers are complete

 

.5

Study guides reflects the entire chapter

 

.5

TOTAL

 

5

 

Study Guide 8

Due: Monday, Oct 15 at 11:59 pm

Text Reading Study Guide Rubric:

Criteria

Points Earned

Points Possible

Study Guide has been typed and is free from grammatical errors

 

.5

Study guide consists of at least 10 questions and answers

 

2.5

Questions reflect good thought and depth

 

1

Answers are complete

 

.5

Study guides reflects the entire chapter

 

.5

TOTAL

 

5

 

Study Guide 9

Due: Monday, Oct 08 at 11:59 pm

Text Reading Study Guide Rubric:

Criteria

Points Earned

Points Possible

Study Guide has been typed and is free from grammatical errors

 

.5

Study guide consists of at least 10 questions and answers

 

2.5

Questions reflect good thought and depth

 

1

Answers are complete

 

.5

Study guides reflects the entire chapter

 

.5

TOTAL

 

5

 

Study Guide 10

Due: Monday, Sep 17 at 11:59 pm

Text Reading Study Guide Rubric:

Criteria

Points Earned

Points Possible

Study Guide has been typed and is free from grammatical errors

 

.5

Study guide consists of at least 10 questions and answers

 

2.5

Questions reflect good thought and depth

 

1

Answers are complete

 

.5

Study guides reflects the entire chapter

 

.5

TOTAL

 

5

 

Study Guide 11

Due: Wednesday, Sep 26 at 11:59 pm

Text Reading Study Guide Rubric:

Criteria

Points Earned

Points Possible

Study Guide has been typed and is free from grammatical errors

 

.5

Study guide consists of at least 10 questions and answers

 

2.5

Questions reflect good thought and depth

 

1

Answers are complete

 

.5

Study guides reflects the entire chapter

 

.5

TOTAL

 

5

 

Study Guide 4

Due: Monday, Sep 10 at 11:59 pm

Complete Study Guide

Assessment Plan

Due: Monday, Oct 08 at 11:59 pm

Submit a proposal for your group case study final. Include: Names of everyone in your group, tests you plan to administer, who will administer which test, dates and times testing will occur.

Educational Assessment

Due: Monday, Dec 03 at 11:59 pm

Part I: Administration Proficiency (20 pts.)

Item

Score

The Evaluator:

Pts. Earned

Pts. Possible

NA

1. Reviewed prior assessment results and student needs prior to testing.

 

2

 

2. Prepared a suitable location with necessary materials and equipment.

 

1

 

3. Established a rapport prior to assessment.

 

2

 

4. Explained the purpose of assessment in an appropriate manner.

 

1

 

5. Maintained student attention during the assessment.

 

2

 

6. Used appropriate prompting procedures.

 

2

 

7. Repeated or demonstrated items as appropriate.

 

2

 

8. Administered items in correct order and gave all items.

 

2

 

9. Provided appropriate feedback to student responses to the items.

 

2

 

10. Properly managed inappropriate behavior.

 

2

 

11. Ended the assessment positively with appropriate praise.

 

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Part II: Scoring Proficiency (20 pts.)

Item

Score

The Evaluator:

Pts. Earned

Pts. Possible

NA

1. Completed the cover sheet correctly (including chronological age).

 

2

 

2. Established accurate basal levels.

 

3

 

3. Established accurate ceiling levels.

 

3

 

4. Included appropriate notes about student responses to particular items.

 

3

 

5. Calculated accurate raw scores.

 

3

 

6. Calculated and recorded accurate transformed scores.

 

3

 

7. Correctly completed the scoring.

 

3

 

 

Case Report Write-up

Due: Monday, Dec 03 at 11:59 pm

You will complete a case formal report evaluating the student in your case study.

Oral Presentation

Due: Monday, Dec 03 at 11:59 pm

In-depth Oral Presentation-Case Study Assessment

 

Task

Possible

Points Earned

Explain the Reason for Referral, and pertinent background info on student with confidentiality

2

 

Explain test results for Cog, Achieve, Adaptive and Behavior with Standard Scores

2

 

Explain strengths with their connections to the assessments performed

2

 

Explain weaknesses with their connections to the assessments performed

2

 

Explain recommendations with their connections to the assessments performed

2

 

Visual (overhead, handout, posters, etc.) Quality and effectiveness

2

 

Professionalism: dress, mannerisms, equal participation

1.5

 

Stay within allotted time (8 mins.)

1.5

 

TOTAL

15

 

 

BASC

Due: Monday, Oct 29 at 11:59 pm

Assessment Review

Connors

Due: Monday, Oct 29 at 11:59 pm

Assessment Review

Leiter

Due: Wednesday, Oct 10 at 11:59 pm

Assessment Review

UNIT

Due: Wednesday, Nov 28 at 11:59 pm

Assessment Review

PPVT

Due: Monday, Nov 19 at 11:59 pm

Assessment Review

Vineland

Due: Wednesday, Oct 17 at 11:59 pm

Assessment Review

VMI

Due: Monday, Nov 19 at 11:59 pm

Assessment Review

Professionalism

Due: Monday, Oct 01 at 11:59 pm

Professionalism Categories

Personal Integrity

Respect for Authority

Learning Community

Responsibility

Attendance

Punctuality

Flexibility

Initiative

Commitment/Loyalty

Dress and Grooming

Professionalism

Due: Wednesday, Dec 05 at 11:59 pm

Professionalism Categories

Personal Integrity

Respect for Authority

Learning Community

Responsibility

Attendance

Punctuality

Flexibility

Initiative

Commitment/Loyalty

Dress and Grooming

Midterm

Due: Monday, Oct 22 at 11:59 pm

Midterm

Final

Due: Tuesday, Dec 11 at 11:59 pm

Final

IEP Video

Due: Wednesday, Sep 12 at 11:59 pm

Watch IEP video and submit notes

Diversity Article

Due: Monday, Nov 26 at 11:59 pm

Read diverisy article

Point Breakdown

Assignments

Percent of Grade

Assessments

32.61%

WJIII Achievement

5.43%

Ecological Inventory

4.35%

WJIII Cognitive

5.43%

BOS

4.35%

SIB-R

5.43%

Brigance

4.35%

CARS

3.26%

Study Guides

11.96%

Chapter Study Guide 1

1.09%

Study guides 2

1.09%

Study guides 3

1.09%

Study Guide 5

1.09%

Study Guide 6

1.09%

Study Guide 7

1.09%

Study Guide 8

1.09%

Study Guide 9

1.09%

Study Guide 10

1.09%

Study Guide 11

1.09%

Study Guide 4

1.09%

Final Case Study

21.74%

Assessment Plan

2.17%

Educational Assessment

8.7%

Case Report Write-up

7.61%

Oral Presentation

3.26%

Assessment Review

7.61%

BASC

1.09%

Connors

1.09%

Leiter

1.09%

UNIT

1.09%

PPVT

1.09%

Vineland

1.09%

VMI

1.09%

Evaluations

23.91%

Professionalism

1.09%

Professionalism

1.09%

Midterm

5.43%

Final

16.3%

Misc

2.17%

IEP Video

1.09%

Diversity Article

1.09%

Schedule

Date

Column Title

M - Aug 27

Introduce syllabus and course expectations. Ice-breaker activity.  Form teams.

W - Aug 29

Categories of special education. Why We Assess. Pillars of Assessment.

Chapter Study Guide 1

Text Reading Study Guide Rubric:

Criteria

Points Earned

Points Possible

Study Guide has been typed and is free from grammatical errors

 

.5

Study guide consists of at least 10 questions and answers

 

2.5

Questions reflect good thought and depth

 

1

Answers are complete

 

.5

Study guides reflects the entire chapter

 

.5

TOTAL

 

5

 

M - Sep 03

Labor Day Holiday

W - Sep 05

Assessment Terminology.  Pre-referral/referral process.  Eligibility through Assessment

Eligibility for OHI

Study guides 2

Text Reading Study Guide Rubric:

Criteria

Points Earned

Points Possible

Study Guide has been typed and is free from grammatical errors

 

.5

Study guide consists of at least 10 questions and answers

 

2.5

Questions reflect good thought and depth

 

1

Answers are complete

 

.5

Study guides reflects the entire chapter

 

.5

TOTAL

 

5

 

M - Sep 10

Review IEP Process/Write Present Level of Academic and Functional Performance/IEP Goals. IEP (Pre-referral) process.

Study Guide 4

Complete Study Guide

W - Sep 12

Parts of an instructional objective. Mock IEP, Goalview (Yamada):

IEP Video

Watch IEP video and submit notes

M - Sep 17

Criterion Referenced Assessment and Curriculum-Based Assessment. Eligibility for MD.

Study Guide 10

Text Reading Study Guide Rubric:

Criteria

Points Earned

Points Possible

Study Guide has been typed and is free from grammatical errors

 

.5

Study guide consists of at least 10 questions and answers

 

2.5

Questions reflect good thought and depth

 

1

Answers are complete

 

.5

Study guides reflects the entire chapter

 

.5

TOTAL

 

5

 

W - Sep 19

Learn Brigance. Rubric & Portfolio Assessments

M - Sep 24

Ecological Inventories. Inclusive Assessment

Brigance

Brigance

Score

Possible

Fill out demographics (cover and pg.1)

 

2

Fill out protocol correctly (any 3 sections) w/ pencil and blue pen; circles and lines

 

6

Write 2 PLAAFPS with 2 Measurable Goals based on your testing

 

8

Strengths/Weaknesses write-up

 

4

Total

 

20

 

W - Sep 26

UAA Teacher made tests. Alternative grading. Task Analysis. Go over clinic testing procedures. Inclusive Assessment

Study Guide 11

Text Reading Study Guide Rubric:

Criteria

Points Earned

Points Possible

Study Guide has been typed and is free from grammatical errors

 

.5

Study guide consists of at least 10 questions and answers

 

2.5

Questions reflect good thought and depth

 

1

Answers are complete

 

.5

Study guides reflects the entire chapter

 

.5

TOTAL

 

5

 

M - Oct 01

Woodcock-Johnson III Cognitive Battery.  Measurement Concepts.

Check out WJ III Cognitive kit —1 per team.

Study Guide 5

Text Reading Study Guide Rubric:

Criteria

Points Earned

Points Possible

Study Guide has been typed and is free from grammatical errors

 

.5

Study guide consists of at least 10 questions and answers

 

2.5

Questions reflect good thought and depth

 

1

Answers are complete

 

.5

Study guides reflects the entire chapter

 

.5

TOTAL

 

5

 

Professionalism

Professionalism Categories

Personal Integrity

Respect for Authority

Learning Community

Responsibility

Attendance

Punctuality

Flexibility

Initiative

Commitment/Loyalty

Dress and Grooming

W - Oct 03

Woodcock-Johnson III Cognitive Battery.  Measurement Concepts.

Eligibility for TBI. Interpreting the Leiter

Ecological Inventory

Ecological Inventories Objectives

Points Earned

Points Possible

Bio info and date filled in ink

 

2

Domain, Environment & Sub Environments correctly filled-in

 

3

At least 3 activities are listed with reasonable task analysis between each one

 

8

Comments are written

 

2

Key is created and codes are used to track progress during assessment

 

1

Write 2 PLAAFPS with 2 Measurable Goals based on your testing

 

4

TOTAL

 

20

 

M - Oct 08

WJ III Achievement Battery. Learn the WJ III Achievement. Administer, score, and interpret.

Check out WJ III Achievement kit —1 per team

WJIII Cognitive

Woodcock Johnson III Cognitive Rubric Fall 2007

Score

Possible

Examiner’s name & date in ink

 

1

Administer subtests ______1-7________________

 

4

Complete WJ-III Protocol correctly

 

8

Compuscore Cognitive

 

2

Write a 1 page summary of strengths and weaknesses, with recommendations (follow format handed out)

 

6

Write 2 PLAAFPS with 2 Measurable Goals based on your testing

 

4

TOTAL

 

25

 

Study Guide 9

Text Reading Study Guide Rubric:

Criteria

Points Earned

Points Possible

Study Guide has been typed and is free from grammatical errors

 

.5

Study guide consists of at least 10 questions and answers

 

2.5

Questions reflect good thought and depth

 

1

Answers are complete

 

.5

Study guides reflects the entire chapter

 

.5

TOTAL

 

5

 

Assessment Plan

Submit a proposal for your group case study final. Include: Names of everyone in your group, tests you plan to administer, who will administer which test, dates and times testing will occur.

W - Oct 10

WJ III Achievement Battery. Share case studies.

Leiter

Assessment Review

M - Oct 15

Adaptive Behavior Assessment. Interpret the Vineland. Eligibility for ID.

WJIII Achievement

Woodcock Johnson III Achievement Rubric Fall 2007

Score

Possible

Examiner’s name & date in ink

 

1

Administer subtests ______________________

 

4

Complete WJ-III Protocol correctly

 

8

Compuscore Achievement

 

2

Write a 1 page summary of strengths and weaknesses, with recommendations (follow format handed out)

 

6

Write 2 PLAAFPS with 2 Measurable Goals based on your testing

 

4

TOTAL

 

25

 

Study Guide 8

Text Reading Study Guide Rubric:

Criteria

Points Earned

Points Possible

Study Guide has been typed and is free from grammatical errors

 

.5

Study guide consists of at least 10 questions and answers

 

2.5

Questions reflect good thought and depth

 

1

Answers are complete

 

.5

Study guides reflects the entire chapter

 

.5

TOTAL

 

5

 

W - Oct 17

Administer, score, and interpret the SIB-R. Compuscore

Study guides 3

Text Reading Study Guide Rubric:

Criteria

Points Earned

Points Possible

Study Guide has been typed and is free from grammatical errors

 

.5

Study guide consists of at least 10 questions and answers

 

2.5

Questions reflect good thought and depth

 

1

Answers are complete

 

.5

Study guides reflects the entire chapter

 

.5

TOTAL

 

5

 

Vineland

Assessment Review

M - Oct 22

MIDTERM

Midterm

Midterm

W - Oct 24

Behavioral Assessment. Eligibility for ED. Interpret the BASC & Connors. SIB-R Compuscore

SIB-R

SIB-R Objectives

Points Earned

Points Possible

Demographic info filled out in ink

 

1

Appropriate chronological age found

 

2

Administer all subtests: A-N appropriately

 

3.5

Correct basal and ceiling for each subtest

 

3.5

Problem behavior section appropriately filled in

 

2

Individual Plan Recommendation filled out

 

2

Compuscore correctly

 

3

Strengths/weaknesses and recommendations write-up (follow standard model)

 

4

Write 2 PLAAFPS with 2 Measurable Goals based on your testing

 

4

TOTAL

 

25

 

Study Guide 7

Text Reading Study Guide Rubric:

Criteria

Points Earned

Points Possible

Study Guide has been typed and is free from grammatical errors

 

.5

Study guide consists of at least 10 questions and answers

 

2.5

Questions reflect good thought and depth

 

1

Answers are complete

 

.5

Study guides reflects the entire chapter

 

.5

TOTAL

 

5

 

M - Oct 29

Learn the BOS.

Connors

Assessment Review

BASC

Assessment Review

W - Oct 31

Autism: Eligibility for Autism.

BOS

Behavioral Objective Sequence

Score

Possible

Examiner’s name and date in ink

 

1

Demographic information complete

 

1

All 6 subscales items completed

 

3

Student performance levels determined

 

2

Written report of social/behavioral strengths/weaknesses

 

4

Your recommendations for behavioral improvement

 

5

Write 2 PLAAFPS with 2 Measurable Goals based on your testing

 

4

TOTAL

 

20

 

M - Nov 05

Autism: Administer, score, and interpret the CARS.

W - Nov 07

Out of class assignment: IRIS Module http://iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu/clde/challenge.htm

M - Nov 12

Language and Bilingual Assessment  Disproportionate representation. Language Interviews. SLD eligibility and RTI Barbara Smith

CARS

CARS

Points

Possible

Demographic info. complete on cover with C.A.

 

2

Numbers from 15 categories transferred to front page w/ total score

 

2

“Total Score” shaded-in on front page

 

1

All 15 categories scored (1-4)

 

1

Observations filled-in on each category

 

5

Write 2 PLAAFPS with 2 Measurable Goals based on your testing

 

4

TOTAL

 

15

 

W - Nov 14

Interpret the VMI  Interpret PPVT Eligibility for LD/3 tier approach/Response to Intervention (Barbara Smith)

Study Guide 6

Text Reading Study Guide Rubric:

Criteria

Points Earned

Points Possible

Study Guide has been typed and is free from grammatical errors

 

.5

Study guide consists of at least 10 questions and answers

 

2.5

Questions reflect good thought and depth

 

1

Answers are complete