Assessment, Evaluation and Diagnosis of the Young Child (3)
Corequisite: EEX 4231
Students in this course will be introduced to a philosophic overview of the assessment process, including reading assessment, transdisciplinary assessment teams and provisions for appropriate information gathering techniques (formal and informal) which include the construction, selection, interpretation and evaluation of diagnostic instruments. The role of technology in testing and record maintenance will be discussed. Teachers will understand how to select and administer appropriate assessments and analyze data to inform reading instruction to meet the needs of all students. Teachers will engage in the systematic problem-solving process. In addition to class meetings, a minimum of 10 hours in an age-3 to grade-12 setting is required. Successful completion of this course is a grade of C or better. This is a reading endorsement and ESOL endorsement infused class.