EDUC 5120 Assessment of Exceptionalities: Theory and Practice (3,0,0)

Credits: 3 credits
Delivery: Campus

Students examine theoretical foundations and research evidence that inform current methods and practices for the administration and interpretation of Level B assessments in educational and community settings. Students acquire the assessment skills necessary for working within special education contexts, such as schools, community living programs, or residential settings. Students critically analyze a variety of research-based programs and intervention strategies that can be utilized in developing programs/plans for child, youth, or adults with exceptionalities. Prerequisites: Admittance to the M.Ed. program (Inclusive and Special Education concentration)
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