Types of Accountability Descriptive approach describes what took place

Types of accountability descriptive approach

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Types of Accountability: Descriptive approach – describes what took place (accounting) o Activity Log: list of various activities in which staff members were engaged o Enumerative: list of activities and frequency count of activities by staff members Evaluative approach – studies the impact of the events that occurred (true accountability, wave of the future) o Process: gathering info regarding others’ perceptions of how effective SP was in reaching objectives and delivering services (Consultant Effectiveness Scale) o Outcome: involves taking a look at intervention strategies and asking questions about them **School Psychologist often work as “enablers” – their efforts to enable parents or teachers to help children Alternatives in Evaluation: Collaborative Model of Professional Evaluation or collaborative consultation – teams of SPs help each other set goals, discuss how to achieve attainment of goals, collect data to support attainment of goals, etc. 6 Accountability Tools: Daily Log: codes for assessment, intervention, evaluation, consultation, and administration
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