Reading Assessment & Eval K-12
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This course explores the selection, administration, scoring and interpretation of a variety of individual and group reading assessment tools. Principles of assessment provide the foundation for field experiences with assessment. The purposes, strengths, and limitations of each assessment instrument will be examined. In this course, teachers will learn to use assessment information in planning and evaluating reading instruction, with a focus on differentiated classroom instruction; they will also learn to effectively communicate the results of assessments to a range of audiences. Prerequisites: Foundations of Reading, K-12; Developing Elementary Readers, K-6; Advancing Secondary Readers, 7 – 12 and admission to the K-12 Reading License program Field Experience: 15 hours Use a variety of reading assessment tools with students at both the elementary and secondary level. (Formerly known as LANG 7804: Reading Assessment and Evaluation.)
Coote-Thompson, Claudette, "LANG7904-02.Reading Assessment & Eval K-12.Sp15.Coote-Thompson,C" (2015). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 9416.