Serving students with academic deficiencies necessitates communication and collaboration among professionals from several disciplines. Academic Assessment and Intervention brings together divergent approaches in order to demonstrate that scientific evidence, rather than biases or previous practice, must determine assessment practices that are selected and used for particular purposes. Similar to a handbook in its comprehensive topical coverage, this edited collection provides a contextual foundation for academic assessment and intervention; describes both norm-referenced and curriculum-based assessment/measurement in detail; considers the implications of both of these assessments on ethnically diverse populations; provides a clear link between assessment, evidence-based interventions and the RTI model; and considers other important topics related to this area such as teacher behavior. Intended primarily for graduate-level courses in education, school psychology, or child clinical psychology, it will also be of interest to practicing professionals in these fields.Gathercole, V. M. (2007) ... Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children: Technical manual (2nd ed.). ... Retrieved from http://www.ncela.gwu.edu/ files/rcd/ BE021853/Survey_of_the_States.pdf McCallum, R. S., aamp; Bracken, B. A. (2012).
|Title||:||Academic Assessment and Intervention|
|Author||:||Steven Little, Angeleque Akin-Little|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-01-21|