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Dr. Libby G. Cohen is a Professor at the National Institute of Education in Singapore and Professor Emerita at the University of Southern Maine. Her work has focused on linking assessment with teaching and learning, accessibility to technology, and universal design. She is the author of several books including Assessment of Children and Youth and Teaching Students with Mild and Moderate Disabilities: Research-based Practices.
Dr. Loraine J. Spenciner is a professor of special education at the University of Maine at Farmington. She has authored numerous articles, chapters, and textbooks including: Assessment of Children and Youth, Assessment of Young Children, and Teaching Students with Mild and Moderate Disabilities: Research-based Practices.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Foundations of Assessment
1. Understanding Assessment
2. Response to Intervention
3. Assessment Framework
4. Involving Families
Part II Assessment Skills
5. Reliability and Validity
6. Developing Technical Skills
7. Test Interpretation and Report Writing
Part III Behavior
8. Observing, Interviewing, and Conferencing
9. Behavior (adaptive and problem behaviors)
Part IV Achievement
10. Achievement: Overall Performance
12. Written Language
13. Oral Language
15. Performance-based, Authentic, and Portfolio Assessments
Part IV Special Considerations
17. Young Children