Classroom ecological inventory
- The context and future of judgment-based assessment. Hayes, Alan // Topics in Early Childhood Special Education;Fall90, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p1
Focuses on judgment-based assessment (JBA) in early childhood special education in theoretical context and explores some of the directions that future research and practice might take. Theoretical context of JBA; Directions for JBA; Conclusions.
- Transdisciplinary, play-based assessment in early childhood special education: An examination of... Myers, Carl L.; McBride, Susan L. // Topics in Early Childhood Special Education;Spring96, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p102
Provides empirical evidence supporting the social validity of transdisciplinary, play-based assessment methods for early childhood special education. Evaluation of data on parent and staff perceptions; Time factors; Functional utility of reports; Parent and staff congruence in judgement-based...
- Special education: Successes and challenges. Hehir, Thomas // Teaching Exceptional Children;Spring94, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p5
Opinion. Assesses the triumphs gained by special education and the challenges it confronts. Author's career as a special education teacher and a member of the Council for Exceptional Children; Passing of legislations on the education of children with unique needs; Number of drop-out cases of...
- Evaluating Special Education Programs. Lieberman, Laurence M.; McNeil, Donald // Journal of Learning Disabilities;Feb1982, Vol. 15 Issue 2
Proposes a conceptual plan in the evaluation of special education programs that can be useful to program developers and program evaluators. Three-part conceptual framework of the plan on the nature and needs of students, goals and objectives of the program and match between the two; List of...
- Ideologies, practices, and their implications for special education. Dixon, Robert; Carnine, Douglas // Journal of Special Education;Fall94, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p356
Proposes that the articles in the Fall 1994 issue of `The Journal of Special Education' support an emphasis upon the specific instructional and assessment practices. Potential for advancing the field of special and general education through focus on specific educational practices; Possible...
- Some methods are more effective than others. Lloyd, John Wills; Forness, Steven R.; Kavale, Kenneth A. // Intervention in School & Clinic;Mar98, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p195
Features the use of meta-analyses to remediate problems of students with disabilities, offering guidelines for best practice in special education. Details on meta-analyses; Discussion on how effective are interventions; List of the findings from 18 meta-analyses.
- Evaluation in Special Education: A Computer-Based Approach. Killen, James R.; Myklebust, Helmer R. // Journal of Learning Disabilities;Oct80, Vol. 13 Issue 8
Presents a computer-based approach of evaluation in special education. Effect of the computer-based approach on the assessment of individual learning patterns of exceptional children; Requirements of data base design for managing large quantities of data; Advantage of the computer-based...
- Special educational needs review. // Education Journal;Jun2006, Issue 96, p34
The article reports on the evaluation of the special education system in Wales. The review of the current statutory assessment framework of special education was based on the evidence received that the current system had become costly, and changes are needed. The review committee suggested that...
- Recent BloggED posts. // Learning Matters;5/27/2014, p2
Blogs from the Minnesota Department of Education are presented on topics including the College Knowledge Month in October 2014, the National Children's Book Week and state guidelines on special education assessment.