By John Salvia, James Ysseldyke, Sara Bolt
Because the general specialist source within the box, evaluation IN specific AND INCLUSIVE schooling, eleventh variation, bargains simple evaluation info besides a handbook-style reference of tangible studies of the assessments so much administered in K-12 faculties. thoroughly brand new, the 11th version takes a brand new "dual approach"--teaching readers how you can do tests thoroughly in addition to how one can use overview info to augment pupil competence. It educates those that verify scholars to develop their labors from efforts designed to make predictions approximately scholars' lives to efforts designed to make a distinction within the lives of the scholars they serve.
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Judgments by teachers, counselors, psychologists, and practically any other professional school employee may be useful in particular circumstances. Expertise in making judgments is often a function of familiarity with the student being assessed. Teachers regularly express professional judgments; for example, teacher comments on a student’s report card represent a teacher’s judgment. Assessments Have Consequences Decisions in school frequently have important, and occasionally lifelong, consequences.
However, unlike ordinal scales, the magnitude of the difference between adjacent values is known and is equal. Examples of equal-interval scales in everyday life include the measurement of time, length, weight, and so forth. Because the differences between adjacent values are equal, equal-interval scores can be added, subtracted, multiplied, and divided. Characteristics of Distributions Sets of equal-interval scores (for example, student scores on a classroom test) can be described in terms of four characteristics: mean, variance, skew, and kurtosis.
1 Understand that norms are constructed to be proportionally representative of the population in terms of important personal characteristics (for 4 Understand how student performances are scored objectively using percent correct accuracy, ﬂuency, and retention. 2 Understand how test performances are made meaningful through criterionreferenced, achievement standardsreferenced, and norm-referenced interpretations. 3 example, gender and age), contain a large number of people, be representative of today’s population, and be relevant for the purposes of assessment.
Assessment: In Special and Inclusive Education , Eleventh Edition by John Salvia, James Ysseldyke, Sara Bolt