Improving Assessment Information Sharing and Planning Processes: Families and Teams Together
William Eiserman, Ardith Ferguson, Susan M. Moore
This assessment is designed to help special education professionals reflect on their family-centered practices when assessing young children with special needs. It asks professionals to evaluate themselves on individual practices, team practices, team member roles, family involvement in assessment practices, creating an interactive meeting, engaging in dialogue rather than individual reporting, maintaining open communication, handling differences of opinion, and in listening to feedback from families on the assessment process.
William Eiserman, Ardith Ferguson, Susan M. Moore. Improving Assessment Information Sharing and Planning Processes: Families and Teams Together (1997). The Spectrum Project: Boulder, CO.
Sponsoring Agency: The University of Colorado at Boulder
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Dept of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, CB 409
Languages Available: English
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