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Informal Assessment, Task-Analysis, & Ecological Approach SPE 3700 Jan Pearcy
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Recall. . “the process of collecting data for the purpose of (a) specifying and verifying problems and (b) making decisions about students” (p. 675).
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Recall. . Informal Assessment- Any assessment that involves collection of data by anything other than a norm-referenced (standardized) test. (p. 677) (Salvia & Ysseldyke, 2001)
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Response Types Passive Active Be able to identify Create Active Modify as Needed Final Recall. .
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Thinking Ecologically Quick activity-- In groups, draw a picture that represents the ecological model. Using your picture be able to answer the following questions: How does model guide services? How does model guide assessment? Based on your readings, what does this assessment look like?
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Ecological Inventory “systematically analyzing natural settings in the community, school, and at work to identify the skills needed for one to function independently in those settings” (Alper, S. 2003, p. 79). What are the natural settings?
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Ecological Inventory Approach Subenvironments revolve & intermix a student’s daily life. Assess the subenvironments (could be all) that are identified as important by the student, parents, and others (including professionals). For each subenvironments focus on : Anticipated goal Degree of participation Degree of independence Productivity level
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One Step Further. . Person-centered Planning based on individual Family, friends, others involved in the process. Planning focuses on capacities and assets not deficits. Focus on services and supports within the larger setting. Process can be forgiving. . Social Validation of Assessment Social Validation of Assessment
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Informal Assessments. . Criterion Referenced Test Task-Analysis Curriculum Based Evaluations Curriculum Based Assessment (CBA) Curriculum Based Measure (CBM)
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(CRT) Measures the degree of skill master within an established criterion. CRTs are not designed to compare skill levels between or among students. These test can be: Teacher made- example, daily tests/quizzes, performance checklists, task-analysis, etc. Commercial- example, Brigance Diagnostic Inventories
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