The educational diagnostician understands and applies knowledge of federal and state disability criteria and identification procedures for determining the presence of an educational need.
The beginning educational diagnostician:
The educational diagnostician understands and applies knowledge of ethnic, cultural, linguistic, and socioeconomic diversity for evaluation, planning, and instruction.
Domain II—Assessment and Evaluation
The educational diagnostician understands and applies knowledge of student assessment and evaluation, program planning and instructional decision making.
The educational diagnostician selects and administers appropriate formal and informal assessments and evaluations.
The educational diagnostician applies skills for interpreting formal and informal assessments and evaluations.
Domain III—Curriculum and Instruction
The educational diagnostician understands appropriate curricula and instructional strategies for students with disabilities.
Domain IV—Foundations and professional Roles and Responsibilities
The educational diagnostician understands and applies knowledge of professional practices, roles, and responsibilities and the philosophical, legal, and ethical foundations of evaluation related to special education.
The educational diagnostician develops collaborative relationships and demonstrates skills for scheduling, time management, and organization.
10 Cognitive Assessments (Admin., Scored, Report*) 30 pts each 300 Points
Video-tape/Reflection 25 Points
Midterm (text Ch. 1-6 and other readings) 75 Points
Final (text Ch. 6-10, and 19 and other readings) 75 Points
Weekly Activities 100 Points
Practicum Portfolio 50 Points
Total Points 625 Points
word documents only
no late work accepted