Sep 09

Assessment of Exceptional Students: Educational and Psychological Procedures (6th Edition)

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Assessment of Exceptional Students, Sixth Edition, offers a practical approach that emphasizes how both informal and formal procedures fit into the overall assessment process….

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  • George M. Kretschmar Jr. says:

    Review by George M. Kretschmar Jr. for Assessment of Exceptional Students: Educational and Psychological Procedures (6th Edition)
    This book is the finest compendium of information on thehistory and tools of assessment that I have ever seen. This is amust-read for any guidance counselor, teacher, school administrator or parent that is dealing with exceptional children.Taylor includes assessments of the screening tools, their effectiveness, and recommended usages. His reporting of research is up-to-date and easily understandable.

  • A. Haga says:

    Review by A. Haga for Assessment of Exceptional Students: Educational and Psychological Procedures (6th Edition)
    For those going into the field of special education or educational psychology, specifically those who will have some hand in assessment, this text is an invaluable resource to have in your professional library. It not only defines the various assessment forms, it explains how and why to administer each form as well. Also, for many (including the highly regarded CBA), it gives information to help in creating assessment tools. While I have been told that not much has changed in the new edition, this edition does include information on RTI. Because of that, I would suggest that this edition is worth the extra money over the last edition. Since little change seems to occur between editions, I would suggest getting this one and not worrying so much about the next one– but the RTI information is a must!



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