EPY 201Assessment procedures that provide information that enable teachers to make decisions regarding appropriate instruction for the children they serve are learned and applied. Informal and formal assessments used in identifying exceptionalities are analyzed. The formally evaluated strengths and weaknesses are developed into an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Standardized and informal test results are evaluated and analyzed in relation to student achievement, curriculum development, and instructional improvement. Special emphasis is given to individually administered achievement instruments in relation to intelligence test measures.
Development and Implementation of IEPs
Advising and Mentoring for Middle School
Exploration of middle level counseling and mentoring models that are congruent with culturally responsive interaction between teacher and student is the focus of this course. Included are learning styles, contemporary problems, home-school communications and parent involvement, and community resources.
Prerequisite(s): EDU 102, EDU 203, and PSY 332