SPCL 7810T Educational and Psychological Assessment
30 hours plus conference; 3 credits
Critical and historical perspectives on the nature and uses of assessment in schools; portfolios, standardized tests, inventories, case studies, and observations; sociometrics relevant to counseling and appraisal in schools. Consideration of strategies for assessing students with special needs, with attention to the cultural, linguistic, and societal factors involved in their identification, placement, and academic and behavioral performance. Required projects in school or community settings.
Prerequisite: identified in degree requirements in the M.S. in Education program in School Counseling.
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