Assessing Students With Special Needs: A Sourcebook for Analyzing and Correcting Errors in Academics
This step-by-step guide to informal, classroom-based assessment of students with special needs offers a comprehensive presentation of error analysis procedures. The book deals with the following topics in 10 chapters: (1) an overview of traditional academic assessment; (2) enhancing the learning of handicapped preschoolers; (3) errors and error analysis in arithmetic, reading, handwriting, spelling, and written language (Chapters 3-7); (4) computer-based assessment and error analysis; (5) content area skill assessment; and (6) strategies for integrating error analysis and instruction. [From Amzaon.com]
New York, NY
Assessment, Children with special needs, Educational tests, Remedial teaching, United States
Curriculum and Instruction | Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research | Special Education and Teaching
Gable, Robert A. (Editor) and Hendrickson, Jo Mary (Editor), "Assessing Students With Special Needs: A Sourcebook for Analyzing and Correcting Errors in Academics" (1990). Communication Disorders & Special Education Faculty Books. 5.