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Code of ethics and values with assessmnts - Terms

Stakeholders people important in the lives of children, especially regarding the assessment of children. -can receive illustration of the progress of individual children to validate the method of teaching that you are using.
accountability being responsible for the proper educations of all children. -have to be able to record and report results to parents and other, as a teacher's responsibility's.
high-stakes measure currently are limited research & includes questions of individual differences, task specificity, and the level of difficulty of the task.
confidentiality allowing a child's assessment and other records to be available only to school personnel, agency officials, & parents. includes demographic infor., family & social history, assessment & etc.
child study in-depth look at a particular child at a specific point in time. can be brief and geared to one developmental or teaching issue or complex which includes formal assessment.
high stakes decisions any test applied to make life-affecting decisions fr the educational futures of young children. ex. if child should stay in 3rd grade on performance of a single standardized test.
inclusion affirms & welcomes children from diverse backgrounds & abilities: -answer question to see if the class room is an approve inclusion environment
Response to intervention (RTI) a problem-solving approach to classroom practice that begins with screening of all children and continues with a three-tier individualize instruction for all children. -help identify -poor learning outcomes;progress;evidence-based intervention and etc.
RTI conference the conference with one or more specialists to dicuss Tier 1(modified tasks in the typical classroom), Tier 2 (specialized intervention), Tier 3 (intensive intervention)
Initial referral conference the meeting where teachers & parents meet to share concerns about a child's progress in the learning situation. leads into the RTI conference
multidisciplinary staffing group of professionals involved in the assessment of children with special needs, the teaching of these children, & the evaluaton of their progress. - are part of the RTI conference and the initial reference conference.
primary responsibility the person expected to perform a certain task. with child study's it is the professional who prepares the summary report about the person.
diagnostic evaluation (diagnostic tests) tests that delve deeply into achievement in one domain or subject. often theses are administered individually. mostly planned/requested for the physicans.
Referral question questions posed in a child study to aid in the determination of the specific problems and needs of a child and the assessing of the developmental progress of the child. when further information is needed for the study.
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