Assessment

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Houghton Mifflin, 1998 - Education - 816 pages
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Review: Assessment: In Special and Inclusive Education

User Review  - Jennifer - Goodreads

This book was assigned as a text for my Intro to Assessments class in School Psychology. I thought it provided clear and concise information. There were charts, graphs, and mini case studies to help ... Read full review

Review: Assessment: In Special and Inclusive Education

User Review  - Randie - Goodreads

Content is very applicable to the field of special education however, the presentation of the content is dry and not engaging. There are lots of nice tables and examples to help you picture how process information and get an idea of how certain assessments/reports look. Read full review

Contents

An Overview
3
Assessment of Students
4
Assessment Processes and Concerns
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About the author (1998)

John Salvia is Professor of Special Education at The Pennsylvania State University. The author of CURRICULUM-BASED ASSESSMENT (Allyn and Bacon) and numerous articles on the assessment of exceptional children, Dr. Salvia is interested in the extent to which exceptional students receive appropriate educational assessments. His research focuses on using assessment information to plan and evaluate educational programs and the impact of regular education reforms on assessment practices with exceptional students.