EDUC 622 Test 1

EDUC 622 Test 1 Liberty University

  1. All of the following are required when using a standardized instrument, except which of the following?
  2. If an examinee asks the examiner if he or she answered an item correctly on a standardized test, the examiner should do which of the following?
  3. What type of score is derived when scores are divided into 10 groups, and each group represents 10% of the obtained scores?
  4. Establishing interrater reliability is especially important when test data are which of the following?
  5. This type of assessment requires that students create a product that demonstrates their skills or competency.
  6. It may be determined that a Team member may not need to attend the IEP meeting under which circumstance?
  7. When parents disagree with school system personnel, IDEA 2004 states which of the following?
  8. The norm group should be representative of which of the following students?
  9. Given the data, answer the following question: What is Adam’s raw score? Student Name: Adam
  10. When the number of students from various ethnic or linguistically diverse groups who receive special education services is skewed from the general population, it is called which of the following?
  11. How many days does an LEA have to conduct a comprehensive evaluation?
  12. Given the data, answer the following question: What items represent the basal in this assessment?
    Student Name: Adam
  13. The scores obtained by Dr. Smith on a psychology test were compared and it was determined that students who scored high on the first exam tended to score high on the second exam. Which of the following represents the probable correlation between the two sets of scores?
  14. Elisabeth’s teacher gives a spelling test at the end of each week to determine student mastery of the words covered in the curriculum. This type of assessment is considered which of the following?
  15. Miss Jean, a school psychologist, administers a test on Billy, a student referred for a comprehensive evaluation. Billy’s scores on an achievement test indicate that he is performing significantly below his peers in reading comprehension skills. Miss Jean administered what type of?
  16. This score expresses a student’s standing in standard deviation units.
  17. Correlation is represented by what symbol?
  18. The focus of IDEA on including students in the general education environment is known as which of the following?
  19. Which of the following refers to the consistency of scores on a specific instrument across time or across items?
  20. Research has indicated that a disproportionate rate of occurrence of students from various ethnic and cultural backgrounds happens in the following disability categories, except which of the following?
  21. A test item is considered to have this if it is answered incorrectly a disproportionate number of times by one group compared to another.
  22. One main outcome of the Historical Model of Assessment was which of the following?
  23. Which of the following represents a parent’s right when a student has been evaluated and determined by the team to be eligible for services?
  24. A person who scores at the 85%tile scored as well or better than which of the following groups?
  25. During an eligibility meeting, who determines that the student is eligible for special education services based on the information collected through the evaluation process?
  26. In the event that a student does not establish a basal, what should the test administrator do?
  27. When an instrument can predict performance on some other variable, it is considered to have which of the following?
  28. Which of the following represents the strongest relationship?
  29. Ella received an 80% on her math test this week. Her teacher said she missed the cut-off by 5 points, so she will have to work on the same material next week and retake the test next Friday. Ella’s teacher is employing what type of assessment?
  30. Measures of internal consistency are used to determine which of the following?
  31. Given the data, answer the following question: Why are items 1–4 not scored? Student Name: Adam
  32. All of these behaviors would result in an automatic 45-day change of placement, except which of the following?
  33. This scale is used for direct comparisons and mathematical manipulations. The numbers on the scale are equidistant from each other and have a true meaning of absolute zero.
  34. Which of the following is the name given to the form used during the test administration and for scoring?
  35. Which of the following may be determined by analyzing the relationship between two sets of scores?
  36. Federal law provides which of the following to insure the rights of parents are not violated?
  37. Using the graph, answer the question that follows. What is the name given to this type of graph?
  38. The number of items a student scores correctly on a test is referred to as which of the following?
  39. Michael’s mother received a copy of the standardized assessment he took in school. The results showed that Michael’s current achievement level is 5-4. What does this mean?
  40. John’s parents disagree with the results of his most recent evaluation and the recommendation from the multidisciplinary team, which is that John be discontinued from receiving special services. What can John’s parents do?
  41. Students with disabilities who are unable to participate in statewide assessments are tested using which of the following?
  42. The type of reliability that can look at internal consistency by using odd and even numbered items of the same test to compare performance is called which of the following?
  43. Correlation coefficients are expressed as which of the following?
  44. What type of distribution is depicted below?
  45. Which type of reliability study may yield a lower coefficient, before correction, due to the reduced number of items?
  46. Which of the following is considered a good reliability score?
  47. If a member of an IEP Team is unable to attend an IEP meeting, what must they do?
  48. Unnecessary evaluation and misdiagnosis are contributing factors to which of the following?
  49. The following are key considerations when developing an individualized assessment plan, except which of the following?
  50. Administering two instruments within a short period of time is necessary in order to establish which of the following?
  51. Summarize the best-practice procedures that include early intervening services and RTI and when an appropriate referral for special education may be made. Clearly include in your response the Three-Tier Model of Intervention. Your response should be written in complete sentences adhering to correct grammar and mechanics, with 400-500 words.
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