ESE Classroom assessment Exam

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ESE Classroom assessment Exam
2012-04-30 21:43:09
ESE assessment

To prepare for a class in assessment of Exceptional student education students.
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  1. Steps of the IEP process during a meeting are the following
    Introductions with titles

    Procedural safeguards

    Review of Psych

    Determine an eligibility

    Sign a form for eligibilty/ineligibility

    If eligible write an IEP

    sign in/out sheet

    Go through pages 1-5

    Explain goals

    Pgs. 6- 7

    Review conference notes

    Sign consent for placement

    Make copies of IEP
  2. Who are the IEP members that mist be present during an IEP meeting?
    • Parent Evaluation specialist
    • Student
    • General ed.

    • ESE teacher
  3. Who else could be present during the meeting if needed?
    Physical therapist

    Occupational therapist

    Speech langauge pathologist

  4. What are the levels of ESE services placement?
    General ed with modifications

    General ed with related services

    General ed (inclusion)

    General ed with resource center instruction

    Self contained ESE class in school

    Special ed class in special ed school

    Residential facility

    Home/Hospital program
  5. Eligibilities under IDEA include the following
    Deaf, blind, other health impairment, developmental delay,Intellectual disability, emotional disturbance, hearing imparirment, orthopedic impairment, multiple disabilities, Traumatic brain injury, speech/language impairment, specific learning disability, visual impairment
  6. The difference between Sunshine state standards and Access points.
    Sunshine standards are used for general education students on a regular diploma track. Access points are used for students with disabilities who need adjusted curriculum to meet their specific learning needs.
  7. Components of the IEP are the following
    Special considerations before IEP

    Present levels of academic performance

    Transition services

    Goals pages

    Special education services

    Participation in state assessments

    Educational placement

    Conference notes
  8. Standardized assessment
    are formal assessments are published tests that are generally published by experts. They come with precise directions and scoring procedures.
  9. Non standard assessments
    are informal assessments are usually teacher created tests that can be used to determine as student's particualar strengths or weaknesses. It does not come with precise directions or scoring procedures.
  10. Norm referenced tests
    compare a student's performance with the performamce of a comparison group (same age and grade).
  11. Criterion referenced tests
    describe a student's performance as an individual without the comparsion to other students.
  12. A variety of scores that represent performance by comparing the deviation of an individual score with the mean or an average score for students in a norm group.
    A standardized score
  13. The score range shown on a bell curve of a low of one to a high of nine. Scores between four and six are average.
  14. Most commonly used norm score and describes how a student compares with others from the same age and grade.
  15. The standardized error of measurement
    estimate of how often errors of a given size in a student's score are exprected.
  16. The number of items on a test that a student answers correctly.
    Raw score
  17. Informal assessments
    Prepared by classroom teachers for a particular subject and specific conditions that can be modified or adjusted to meet student's needs and teacher's purposes.
  18. Types of observation include
    Student observations,systematic observations, group assessments, test settings.

    Work samples Record review, student interview, parent interview, teacher interview
  19. Grading systems include
    Task analysis, dynamic assessments, Curriculum based probes, Portfolio assessment, performance assessments, Informal inventorithink aloudes, functional/ adaptive assessments, response journals, think aloud techniques, checklists, questionaires, error analysis, self evaluations, peer evaluations
  20. Speech disorder
    affects one's ability to speak words so they are understandable to others. may involve disorders of the voice, fluency, and articulation.
  21. Langauge disorder
    is when a person struggles to understand spoken or written language. Langauge disorders can be caused due to many different reasons such as autism, hearing loss, Traumatic brain injury, and stroke.
  22. Pragmatics definition
    Rules of social language
  23. A social story
    describes a situation, skill, or concept in terms of social cues, perspectives and proper responses.
  24. Before kindergarten how do you prevent reading problems/difficulties?
    Teaching skills in oral language, phonemic awareness, Print awareness, knowledge of the alphabet.
  25. Components of reading comprehension
    memory, prior knowledge, interest in the topic being read
  26. The six writing traits are
    Idea and content



    Sentence fluency

    Word choice

  27. How to perform an error analysis?
    The student writes a sample passage

    the teacher analyzes and records the pattern of errors

    The teacher should not count the same error more than once