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PSYCH ASS: CHAPTER 10 LOCATOR TESTS

• a.k.a. ROUTING TESTS


ASSESSMENT FOR EDUCATION
• are pretests administered to determine the level of
the actual test most appropriate for administration
SPECIFIC LEARNING DISABILITY
• a disorder in one or more of the basic psychological CURRICULUM-BASED ASSESSMENT (CBA)
processes involved in understanding or in using
• refers to assessment of information acquired from
language, spoken or written, which disorder may
teachings at school.
manifest itself in the imperfect ability to listen, think,
speak, read, write, spell or do mathematical
calculations CURRICULUM-BASED MEASUREMENT
• a type of CBA, characterized by the use of
RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION MODEL standardized measurement procedures to derive
local norms to be used in the evaluation of student
• multilevel prevention framework applied in performance on curriculum-based-tasks
educational settings that is designed to maximize
student achievement through the use of data that
identifies students at risk for poor learning APTITUDE TESTS
outcomes combined with evidence-based
intervention and teaching that is adjusted on the
• focus more on informal learning or life experiences
basis of student responsiveness
PROGNOSTIC TESTS
PROBLEM-SOLVING MODEL • typically used to make predictions
• the use of interventions tailored to student’s’
i n d i v i d u a l n e e d s t h a t a re s e l e c t e d b y a READINESS TESTS
multidisciplinary team of school professionals
• presumably refers to physical factors, personality
factors, and other factors that are judged necessary
INTEGRATIVE ASSESSMENT for a child to be ready to learn

• used to describe a multidisciplinary approach to


evaluation that assimilates input from relevant CHECKLIST
sources
• a questionnaire on which marks are made to
indicate presence or absence of a specified
ZONE OF PROXIMAL DEVELOPMENT behavior, thought, event or circumstance

• the distance between the actual developmental


level as determined by individual problem-solving, RATING SCALE
and the level of potential development as
determined through problem-solving under adult • a form completed by an evaluator (a rater, judge, or
guidance or in collaboration with more capable examiner) to make a judgment of relative standing
peers with regard to a specified variable or list of variables

ACHIEVEMENT TESTS APGAR NUMBER

• designed to measure accomplishment • the sum total of what might be characterised as


“everybody’s first test”
• focuses on the learning that has occurred as a
result of relatively structured input
INFORMAL EVALUATION PEER APPRAISAL
• a typically nonsystematic, relatively brief, and “off- • a method of obtaining information about an
the-record” assessment leading to the formation of individual by asking that individual’s peer group to
an opinion or attitude conducted by any person, in make the evaluation
any way, for any reason, in an unofficial context that
• NOMINATING TECHNIQUE: a method in which
is not subject to the ethics or other standards of an individuals are asked to select or nominate other
evaluation by a professional individuals for various types of activities

EVALUATIVE INFORMATION SOCIOGRAM


• typically applied to tests or test data that are used • a graphic representation of social links that a
to make judgments (such as pass-fail and admit- person has
reject decisions)
➡ figures such as circles or squares are drawn to
represent different individuals, and lines and
DIAGNOSTIC INFORMATION arrows are drawn to illustrate various types of
interaction
• typically applied to tests or test data used to
pinpoint a student’s difficulty, usually for remedial
purposes

DIAGNOSTIC TEST
• a tool used to identify areas of deficit to be targeted
for intervention

PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL TEST BATTERIES


• test kits that generally contain two types of tests:
➡ those that measure abilities related to academic
success
➡ those that measure educational achievement in
areas such as reading and arithmetic

PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT
• an evaluation of performance tasks according to
criteria developed by experts from the domain of
study tapped by those tasks

PORTFOLIO ASSESSMENT
• evaluation of one’s work samples

AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT
• evaluation of relevant, meaningful tasks that may be
conducted to evaluate learning of academic subject
matter but that demonstrate the student’s transfer of
that study to real-world activities