Accountability Outcome decisions assessments provide additional information

Accountability outcome decisions assessments provide

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Accountability & Outcome decisions – assessments provide additional information Legal + Ethical Issues: Cultural Bias in Testing: Hobson v. Hanson 1967 o IQ Testing o Lower-level classes based on the scores on group-administered tests o Revolved around the question of if such test actually reflect a student’s “innate abilities” Results used as evidence Legislative
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o EAHCA + IDEA o “Most normal” or “Least restrictive” environment 11 Domains with 3 Basic Roles: Assessment, Intervention, Consultation Referrals: Typically boys higher than girls and one race over another race Pre-Referrals: goal is to reduce referrals through RTI and interventions (RTI = evidence-based data) Reports: Simple scoring: provides test scores Extended scoring: expand data by providing more complex statistical analyses Integrative: attempt to integrate info about the person being assessed from a wide variety 4 Interventions: 2 Dimensions: ENVIRONMENTAL: o Direct – Installed: activities done TO the student o Indirect – Environmental: activities done AROUND the student PERSONAL: o Direct – Transactional: activities done WITH the student o Indirect – Assigned: activities done BY the student Forms of Consultation: Mental Health – protypic, for problem solving to occur, feelings of consultee must be addressed Behavioral – modifications Crisis Organizational – entire system Roles: Role relevance – extent that the role of SP is seen as relevant Role engagement – extent to which SP is involved in different roles Identify the problem – functional behavioral analysis (FBA) Define the problem – curriculum-based measure (CBM) Design intervention – evidence – based interventions Implement intervention – progress monitoring Re-evaluate – decisions about next step
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