A focus on what teachers can do, not on what special learners can't...
This easy-to-understand book examines teacher-made tests and curricula as they relate to a child's success or failure. To break through the inertia of common practice in the classroom, the authors integrate the basic concepts of evaluation and instructions with the best current knowledge to generate productive classroom tools.
Using a step-by-step approach, the authors show you:
how to use the curriculum to meet the child's needs,
how to assess in an ongoing way, and
how to recognize when instructional change is warranted.