Assessment and Educational Interventions for Students with Ld

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Assessment and Educational Interventions for Students with LD

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Grand Canyon University: SPE-359-

Characteristics of Learning Disabilities and Strategies to Teach Ind w/ LD

Monday, July 8, 2013

Assessment and Educational Interventions for Students with LD

The educational program for a student with LD must include modifications on many levels. A quality educational program will include modifications at the curriculum, environmental, and student level (Smith, 2003). For this reason the student’s educational plan is often based off of student assessments (Wong, Graham, Hoskyn & Berman, 2008). Therefore the real goal of assessing students with LD is to use the data from the assessment to plan an effective educational program that will enable the student to be able to develop both educationally and personally (Smith, 2003).

To ensure that the educational programing for students with LD is effective IDEA has mandated the use of multidimensional, nondiscriminatory assessment procedures (Wong, Graham, Hoskyn & Berman, 2008). IDEA also requires that the assessments and planning process have multiple perspectives represented with in them (Wong, Graham, Hoskyn & Berman, 2008).

These assessments and planning processes must keep the student as a whole person in mind (Wong, Graham, Hoskyn & Berman, 2008). It is imperative that the assessments take into consideration the student’s interactions with both the curriculum and the educational setting (Wong, Graham, Hoskyn & Berman, 2008). The multidimensional approach to assessment will include assessments that focus only on the student while other assessments focus on the student’s interactions with different curriculum variables and environments (Smith, 2003).

Assessment then becomes a process of collecting data which is used to determine the student’s strengths, the student’s weaknesses, and to make the decisions that will be needed to facilitate the students personal educational plan as...

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