Log #4 Formal, Norm Referenced Tests
Use WJIII Technical Manual to answer the first set of questions. Refer to pages 26 to 27 as
needed. You may type or handwrite responses, individually or with others. If you work with
others, please name them and use yo
Log #19, Introduction to WJIII-A Examiner Expectations (complete independently)
Prior to completing this log, please read the following sections of the Examiners Manual.
Specifically, read Chapter 3: p 21-34.
Go back to Log #4, Item 2. Review and prepare
Log #16 Assessment Questions
In the syllabus, there are short reading assignments in Pearson on reading, writing, math and
behavior. The assignments for the NICHY article also include these topics (Academic
Achievement & Behavior/Social-Emotional Developm
A: Hello, we were the assessment team who worked with your son K. We wanted to let you
know the test results and review the IEP goals and objectives we set for K based on his current
levels of performance.
M: We would like to start by saying that K was a
Log #5 Scales of Measurement. Watch the You Tube Video and complete the following chart. Place the letter
in the appropriate row. For some scenarios, you will have more than one data type. Please complete
Mastery Test Dat
Log #1. Introduction to Assessment
Read Step 1 and Step VII (up to page 52, Primary Areas of Assessment) from the Corwin text.
Use the graphic below and use bullets to identify important ideas that you already were aware of
and important concepts that are
Log #22, WJIII-A Administration
Identify the specific situation, including specific tests, in which the following would be
Would you like to take a guess on that?
Im not supposed to help you with that
1) Which materials did you use?
The WJ III 1-12 type A easel was used along with the assessors scoring sheet.
2) Were appropriate levels of encouragement provided?
The assessor used terms such as correct, good reading, or those were some gr
Log # 29 Anticipating the Needs of Parent
This log will help you prepare for the simulation. Using the two links to develop 4 to 6 questions may be asked when you play the
role of a parent during the simulation.
Each member of the Assessment Team will pla