Walsh University Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014
ISE 341 Assessment and Planning: Early Childhood 3 sem. hrs.
This course examines general and specific components of assessment and planning for young students with exceptionalities and their families. Assessment issues related to typical and atypical development, identification of exceptionalities and at-risk characteristics, interpretation of information, development and planning of individualized intervention programs and family service plans, program evaluation, and student monitoring will be included. Formal and informal assessments, including standardized testing, observation, family-centered, curriculum-based, play-based, and ecological inventories will be examined. The course includes hands-on experiences in assessment strategies, program planning based on assessment data, and communication strategies in reporting and interpreting information to family and professional team members. Field experience required. Offered every fall and spring semesters.
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