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by Harold L. Kleinert Ed.D.,Jacqueline Kearns Ed.D.,Daniel Wiener M.A.

Free eBook Alternate Assessment for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities: An Educator's Guide download ISBN: 1598570765
Author: Harold L. Kleinert Ed.D.,Jacqueline Kearns Ed.D.,Daniel Wiener M.A.
Publisher: Paul H Brookes Pub Co; 1 edition (August 13, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 376
Category: Teaching and Education
Subcategory: Schools and Teaching
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To support K–12 students with significant disabilities and get an accurate picture of their skills and knowledge, schools need to implement effective alternate assessment based on alternate achievement standards (AA-AAS)

To support K–12 students with significant disabilities and get an accurate picture of their skills and knowledge, schools need to implement effective alternate assessment based on alternate achievement standards (AA-AAS).

Harold L Kleinert, Jacqui Farmer Kearns, Daniel J Wiener. both useful and thoughtful and will likely be highlighted, earmarked, and heavily relied upon by many educators and students of education.

Teachers' experiences with alternate assessment: How spe-cial educators manage implementation of the Wisconsin Alternate As-sessment for Students with Disabilities. Teachers' experiences with alternate assessment: How spe-cial educators manage implementation of the Wisconsin Alternate As-sessment for Students with Disabilities (unpublished manuscript). 2003 state special education outcomes: Marching on. Jan 2003. Thompson, S. & Thurlow, J. L. (2003).

Alternate Assessment for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities: An Educator's Guide -Kleinert, Harold . Kearns . The book includes contributions from a variety of authors in addition to the main authors. Kearns, Jacqui Farmer. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co. (2010) This book is about alternate assessment based on t standards (AA-AAS) and the implications on teaching and learning of these assessments for students with significant cognitive disabilities. It is designed primarily for special and general educators and related service personnel.

An educator's resource for developing alternate assessments based on alternate achievement standards for K-12 students with significant . The Educator's Choice for Classroom and Professional Development Resources.

An educator's resource for developing alternate assessments based on alternate achievement standards for K-12 students with significant cognitive disabilities.

The assessment triangle and students with significant cognitive . PDF File) Kleinert, . Browder, . & Towles-Reeves, E. (2005). 26 Contact Information Jacqueline Kearns, E.

The assessment triangle and students with significant cognitive disabilities: Models of student cognition. National Alternate Assessment Center, Human Development Institute, University of Kentucky, Lexington. 1 Quality Street, Suite 722 Lexington, Kentucky 40507 859-257-7672 X 80243 859-323-1838 Jacqueline. edu Elizabeth Towles-Reeves, MS 1 Quality Street, Suite 722 Lexington, Kentucky 40507 859-257-7672 X 80255 859-323-1838 [email protected]

Harold L. Kleinert, E. This assessment is much more appropriate for students with severe disabilities rather than moderate or mild disabilities. 2 people found this helpful. is Executive Director of the Interdisciplinary Human Development Institute, University of Kentucky, and Associate Adjunct Professor in the Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling at the University of Kentucky in Lexington. Previously, Dr. Kleinert served as Director of Training for the Interdisciplinary Human Development Institute.

Browder, Diane . E. Spooner, Fred, Ed. Brookes Publishing Company. But what material should educators teach from these three content areas, and how should they teach it? With this groundbreaking textbook, future educators will finally have the answers they need. Literacy Classrooms and Embedded Instruction for Students with Severe Disabilities: Literacy for All in the Age of School Reform (Terri Ward, Cheryl A. Van de Mark, and Diane Lea Ryndak Torgesen).

4 Jacqueline Kearns has extensive experience in training and technical assistance in inclusive education in addition to nine years of classroom experience teaching students with intellectual disabilities, significant cognitive disabilities, and students who have.

4 Jacqueline Kearns has extensive experience in training and technical assistance in inclusive education in addition to nine years of classroom experience teaching students with intellectual disabilities, significant cognitive disabilities, and students who have communication needs/aac. She is a parent of a school- age child who was recently diagnosed with ADHD and a learning disability, and serves as a legal guardian for a friend who experiences autism.

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