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ESE 3540 Educational Assessment for Learning

In this course, teacher education candidates will design, select, administer and interpret classroom assessments for learning. Candidates will also learn to use assessment results to make instructional decisions, including plans for differentiation, plan instructional activities, and develop appropriate grading practices. Candidates will learn to identify and interpret results from standardized and criterion reference tests used in assessing children for educational placement and instruction. Particular focus will be upon communication of results to students, parents, and other educators. The use of technology is required. This course is aligned with state and national standards. 


4 credits

Lecture Hours

4 hours


Formal acceptance into the Bachelor of Science in Elementary/Special Education and pass program checkpoints