Perspectives, SIG 1, Vol. 3, Part 4, 2018
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The articles focus on language intervention progress monitoring for elementary students and for adolescents specifically while producing narratives and while learning morphologically complex words. The authors also address the psychometric requirements of oral and written language progress monitoring assessments. Research and theory are tied to practical clinical application with specific examples.
You will be able to:
- identify similarities and differences in progress monitoring practices across educational and medical/clinical settings
- describe a range of quantitative and qualitative measures for measuring language progress for elementary students
- define construct validity and reliability and be able to list key evidences of validity and key estimates of reliability for a progress monitoring tool
- discuss strategies for monitoring progress with adolescents during intervention for narrative speaking
- describe progress monitoring strategies for use during intervention with adolescents for morphologically complex words
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