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Improving Test Performance of Students with Disabilities...on District and State Assessments - Elliott, Judy L.; Thurlow, Martha L.
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: CORWIN PR INC, 208 Seiten, L=288mm, B=216mm, H=18mm, Gew.=739gr, Second. [GR: 17400 - HC/Politikwissenschaft/Soziologie], [SW: - Education / Teaching], Gebunden, Klappentext: Maximize the academic performance of every student, every day! </p> <p></p> <p>Students with disabilities must overcome unique obstacles in order to learn, and the pressure of testing often exacerbates existing challenges. With increased focus on accountability for all, how can educators properly prepare students for tests without sacrificing meaningful learning? In Improving Test Performance of Students With Disabilities . . . On District and State Assessments, Second Edition, authors Elliott and Thurlow offer numerous strategies for improving instruction, student accommodations, and test preparation, all with the goal of improving the test performance of students with disabilities. Emphasizing practical application, this comprehensive resource delineates the key elements district, school, and state professionals must consider in order to maximize the academic performance of students with disabilities. </p> <p></p> <p>The second edition of this insightful text addresses the impact of the No Child Left Behind Act on instruction and assessment practices for students with disabilities including those who are also English Language Learners. Featuring inserts and easy-to-follow worksheets, tables, and appendices, this indispensable resource will enable all educators to help students with disabilities learn more effectively and show what they know on the day of the test. </p> <p></p> <p>Improving Test Performance of Students With Disabilities . . . Second Edition includes:</p> <p>o Practical steps for linking district and//or state standards with student IEP goals </p> <p>o Helpful tips enabling instructors to determine the best ways to accommodate their students during instruction and on tests </p> <p>o Detailed instructions for improving performance on general and alternate assessments </p> <p>o Tables and worksheets to engage both instructors and learners, [Ausgabe: 0002] Maximize the academic performance of every student, every day! Students with disabilities must overcome unique obstacles in order to learn, and the pressure of testing often exacerbates existing challenges. With increased focus on accountability for all, how can educators properly prepare students for tests without sacrificing meaningful learning? In Improving Test Performance of Students With Disabilities . . . On District and State Assessments, Second Edition, authors Elliott and Thurlow offer numerous strategies for improving instruction, student accommodations, and test preparation, all with the goal of improving the test performance of students with disabilities. Emphasizing practical application, this comprehensive resource delineates the key elements district, school, and state professionals must consider in order to maximize the academic performance of students with disabilities. The second edition of this insightful text addresses the impact of the No Child Left Behind Act on instruction and assessment practices for students with disabilities including those who are also English Language Learners. Featuring inserts and easy-to-follow worksheets, tables, and appendices, this indispensable resource will enable all educators to help students with disabilities learn more effectively and show what they know on the day of the test. Improving Test Performance of Students With Disabilities . . . Second Edition includes: o Practical steps for linking district and/or state standards with student IEP goals o Helpful tips enabling instructors to determine the best ways to accommodate their students during instruction and on tests o Detailed instructions for improving performance on general and alternate assessments o Tables and worksheets to engage both instructors and learners

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Maximize the academic performance of every student, every day! Students with disabilities must overcome unique obstacles in order to learn, and the pressure of testing often exacerbates existing challenges. With increased focus on accountability for all, how can educators properly prepare students for tests without sacrificing meaningful learning? In Improving Test Performance of Students With Disabilities. On District and State Assessments, Second Edition, authors Elliott and Thurlow offer numerous strategies for improving instruction, student accommodations, and test preparation, all with the goal of improving the test performance of students with disabilities. Emphasizing practical application, this comprehensive resource delineates the key elements district, school, and state professionals must consider in order to maximize the academic performance of students with disabilities. The second edition of this insightful text addresses the impact of the No Child Left Behind Act on instruction and assessment practices for students with disabilities including those who are also English Language Learners. Featuring inserts and easy-to-follow worksheets, tables, and appendices, this indispensable resource will enable all educators to help students with disabilities learn more effectively and show what they know on the day of the test. Improving Test Performance of Students With Disabilities. Second Edition includes: o Practical steps for linking district and//or state standards with student IEP goals o Helpful tips enabling instructors to determine the best ways to accommodate their students during instruction and on tests o Detailed instructions for improving performance on general and alternate assessments o Tables and worksheets to engage both instructors and learners Books Society and Social Sciences~~Education~~Organization & Management of Education Improving Test Performance Of Students With Disabilities~~Book~~9781412917278~~Martha L Thurlow, Judy L. Elliott Maximize the academic performance of every student, every day! Students with disabilities must overcome unique obstacles in order to learn, and the pressure of testing often exacerbates existing challenges. With increased focus on accountability for all, how can educators properly prepare students for tests without sacrificing meaningful learning? In Improving Test Performance of Students With Disabilities . . . On District and State Assessments, Second Edition, authors Elliott and Thurlow offer numerous strategies for improving instruction, student accommodations, and test preparation, all with the goal of improving the test performance of students with disabilities. Emphasizing practical application, this comprehensive resource delineates the key elements district, school, and state professionals must consider in order to maximize the academic performance of students with disabilities. The second edition of this insightful text addresses the impact of the No Child Left Behind Act on instruction and assessment practices for students with disabilities including those who are also English Language Learners. Featuring inserts and easy-to-follow worksheets, tables, and appendices, this indispensable resource will enable all educators to help students with disabilities learn more effectively and show what they know on the day of the test. Improving Test Performance of Students With Disabilities . . . Second Edition includes: o Practical steps for linking district and/or state standards with student IEP goals o Helpful tips enabling instructors to determine the best ways to accommodate their students during instruction and on tests o Detailed instructions for improving performance on general and alternate assessments o Tables and worksheets to engage both instructors and learners

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Improving Test Performance of Students with Disabilities...on District and State Assessments

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781412917278
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1412917271
Version reliée
Date de parution: 2005
Editeur: CORWIN PR INC
208 Pages
Poids: 0,739 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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