Curriculum Assessment Project. Student Learning Outcomes aligned with this requirement: Identify how language, culture, and family background influence the learning of individuals with exceptionalities [CEC Standard 1.1], Administer technically sound formal and informal assessments that minimize bias [CEC Standard 4.1]. Use knowledge of measurement principles and practices to interpret assessment results and guide educational decisions for individuals with exceptionalities [CEC Standard 4.2];
Engage individuals with exceptionalities to work toward quality learning and performance and provide feedback to guide them [CEC Standard 4.4].However, the purpose of this project is to practice applying the content discussed in class through further examination of norm-referenced tests.
You will be require-d to administer a standardize-d norm-reference-d test of academic achievement with a K-12 student with a disability. Achievement tests are designe-d to measure academic progress and what the student has learned and retained from the curriculum. You will be learning to conduct individually administere-d screening achievement tests. Also used frequently by educators by implementing the tool with a partner and scoring.
The WIAT and PIAT assessments are located in the libraries on the Dobbs Ferry, Bronx, and Manhattan campuses. They may also be accesse-d within your places of employment given consent from a school administrator. Then you are require-d to submit a paper including all of the components below. Also excluding supplementary materials (e.g., testing documents, reference list, cover page). Finally, please use the headings (below) to delineate each section of your report.