Formal assessment

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OVERVIEW

Formal assessment typically means using a test that involves standardized administration and that has norms and a formal interpretive procedure.

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IMPLEMENT THIS PRACTICE

 The following assessment manuals can be found in the Fordham (Lincoln Center) Library at the reserve desk:

 GORT-5 Gray Oral Reading Test 5th Ed. 

 CTOPP- Comprehensive Test of Phonological Processing

 TOWL 4- Test of Written Lanquage 4th Ed.

 WISC - IV Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children- 4th Ed.  

KTEA-II Kaufman Test of Educational Achievement 2nd Ed.

KEYMATH 3 Diagnostic assessment

WRMT-III Woodcock Reading Mastery Tests, 3rd   Ed

BENDER- GESTALT II   Bender Visual-Motor Gestalt Test, 2nd ed

WRAT-4: Wide Range Achievement Test -4th   ed

DAB-3: Diagnostic Achievement Battery-3rd   ed

TOWRE-2: Test of Word Reading Efficiency, 2nd   ed

BEERY VMI: Beery-Buktenica Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration, 6th ed

TOMA-3: Test of Mathematical Abilities, 3rd   ed

TEMA-3: Test of Early Mathematics Ability, 3rd   ed

TERA-3: Test of Early Reading Ability, 3rd ed

TEWL-3: Test of Early Written Language, 3rd   ed

TOLDP4: Test of Language Development –Primary, 4th   ed

TOLDI4: Test of Language Development – Intermediate, 4th   ed

TACL-3: Test for Auditory Comprehension of Language, 3rd   ed

WRAVMA: Wide Range Assessment of Visual Motor Ability

WJ III DRB : Woodcock Johnson III Diagnostic Reading   Battery

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Meyer, A., Rose, D.H., & Gordon, D. (2014). Universal design for learning: Theory and Practice.Wakefield, MA: CAST Professional Publishing. Retrieved from: http://www.cast.org/our-work/publications/2014/universal-design-learning-theory-practice-udl-meyer.html#.VS5xJfnF81I

 

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