Curriculum-Based Assessment and Programming / Edition 3by J. Choate, L. Miller, B. Enright, J. Poteet
Pub. Date: 11/14/1994
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
*HE04, Curriculum-Based Assessment and Programming, 3/e, Joyce S. Choate(Northeast Louisiana University), Brian E. Enright(University of North Carolina, Lamoine J. Miller(Northeast Louisiana University), Thomas A. Rakes(University of Memphis), H6174-0, 480 pp., 7 x 9, 0-205-16174-x, casebound, 1995, $39.00nk, November*/This book is designed for teachers, prospective teachers and educational diagnosticians who are concerned both with assessing the skills and performance of students at risk and students with disabilities and improving the quality of instruction. It emphasizes the bond between assessment and instruction and provides continuity between assessment and methods courses, stressing active learning and practical, hands-on experiences.
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- 3rd ed
- Product dimensions:
- 7.28(w) x 9.57(h) x 0.98(d)
Table of Contents
I. FOUNDATIONS OF ASSESSMENT AND PROGRAMMING.
1. Educational Assessment, James A. Poteet.
2. Understanding Curriculum, Joyce S. Choate.
3. Curricular Assessment and Programming, Joyce S. Choate and Lamoine J. Miller.
II. IMPLEMENTING CURRICULUM-BASED ASSESSMENT AND PROGRAMMING.
4. Getting Started, James A. Poteet, Joyce S. Choate, and Toni Z. Bennett.
5. Reading Word Recognition.
6. Reading Comprehension, Joyce S. Choate and Thomas A. Rakes.
7. Written Expression, James A. Poteet.
8. Spelling and Handwriting, Lamoine J. Miller.
9. Basic Mathematics, Brian E. Enright.
10. Content and Study Strategies, Thomas A. Rakes.
11. Synthesizing Assessment and Programming, Joyce S. Choate.
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