EDU 52400 Assessment of Intellectual Skills

This course teaches students about the use of non-projective, educationally relevant tests, including theories of measurement, test construction, test administration, and the use of assessment results. Students will review administration of one of the more commonly used methods of assessment, either the SB-V or WISC-V. Students will be provided with opportunities (online or in class) to view assessments and demonstrations of the commonly used assessments in schools today. Students will also be introduced to ethical considerations, confidentiality, and the impact of diversity in testing. The role of testing in special programs, including gifted identification and the Response to Intervention (RtI) model will also be discussed. Lab fee required.




EDU 51500; EDU 52210.