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Terry Overton has experience as a special education classroom teacher, educational diagnostician, and consults with school districts regularly as a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. She conducts research in the area of autism spectrum disorders and assessment and she continues to provide professional development to school districts to assist with the implementation of RTI models.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Introduction to Assessment
Chapter 1 An Introduction
Chapter 2 Laws, Ethics, and Issues
Part 2 Technical Prerequisites of Understanding Assessment
Chapter 3 Descriptive Statistics
Chapter 4 Reliability and Validity
Chapter 5 An Introduction to Norm-Referenced Assessment
Part 3 Assessing Students
Chapter 6 Curriculum-Based Assessment and Other Informal Measures
Chapter 7 Response to Intervention
Chapter 8 Academic Assessment
Chapter 9 Assessment of Behavior
Chapter 10 Measurement of Intelligence and Adaptive Behavior
Chapter 11 Special Considerations of Assessment in Early Childhood
Chapter 12 Special Considerations of Assessment in Transition
Part 4 Interpretation of Assessment Results
Chapter 13 Interpreting Assessment for Educational Intervention