Collecting and documenting evidence: methods for helping teachers improve instruction and promote academic success

Collecting and documenting evidence: methods for helping teachers improve instruction and promote academic success

Describes methods of collecting and documenting evidence of students’ academic performance in special and inclusive classrooms. Includes direct behavioural observations, evaluation rubrics, recording devices, general curriculum-based outcome measures, goal attainment scaling, and graphing performance. Discusses how teachers can use data derived from these assessment methods to make instructional decisions.

Collecting and documenting evidence

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