EDUC 7678T Educational Assessment of Young Children and Students with Special Needs
45 hours seminar plus conference; 3 credits
Critical review and use of formal and informal strategies for the assessment and evaluation of the cognitive, behavioral, social, and affective characteristics of young children and school-aged students with special needs including giftedness. Attention will be given to understanding cultural, linguistic, and societal factors involved in identification, placement and the academic and behavioral performance of students. Focus on curriculum-based assessment and collaboration with other professionals and parents. Field experiences in a variety of school and community settings.
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