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Create an assessment report which must include a description of the student's strengths and weaknesses, (b) a summary of the assessments utilized, (c) the results of the assessments with an overall interpretation, and (d) an intervention plan designed to improve the student's performance in the area of weaknesses.

- Review everything you have done and include it in the final
- Review strength and weakness' from the previous turn in's
- Include information from previous assessments
- How does assessment #1 connect with #2 and 2 with 1 and 1 with #3, etc., (how do they all drive from each other)
- Talk about results with an overall interpretation's in details
- What is the intervention plan and how the weaknesses are strengthened

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Student Information:

Demographics:
Student: D. McStuffin
Date of Birth: December 14, 2006
Grade: 3rd
Parents: Mr. and Mrs. McStuffins

D. McStuffin is an 8 year, one month old African American female. She is the oldest of two siblings and has a 6 year old brother. She resides in the home with her mother and father. Developmentally, she achieved her milestones (walking, talking, toileting) at a slower than usual pace. Mother reports she had a complicated delivery that resulted in a C-section delivery. D. McStuffin had an initial Apgar score of 6, but when retested 5 minutes later her Apgar increased to 7. There were no other complications reported.

However, D. McStuffin entered into a Project Find Early Intervention Program for developmentally delayed preschoolers. Mother reports that she attended this program 4 days a week for a half day. The program focused on speech and language development, as well as fine and gross motor development. Parents participated in a once a month language development experience field trip aimed at teaching parents how to enhance their child's developmental skills in the home or outside of the school environment.

Overview of Current Behavioral and Academic Levels of Functioning

Behavioral Descriptors: Academic Levels:
Selectively forgets Math: 3.3 g.e.
Difficulty starting assignments ...

Solution Summary

Guidelines for creating an assessment report of a student's strengths and weaknesses are provided in the following post.

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General Information:
The purpose of this assignment is to learn how to administer teacher-friendly informal assessment techniques. You must not use any formal or standardized measures for this assessment. The results from these assessments should be narrow in focus and should provide meaningful information for making instructional decisions (e.g., what objectives are needed, what approach might be best, etc.).
Instructions:
You may use ANY assessment technique from books included in the digital library for the following courses [note: this is different from what is stated in the syllabus; this means that you are not required to develop your own assessments but you must carefully choose appropriate assessments depending on the child's current functioning level]:
1. EPSY 6303 [use only one unless a persuasive rationale can be provided]
2. EPSY 6316
3. EPSY 6311
4. EPSY 6356
5. EPSY 6302
You must choose three techniques, but you must focus only on one area of assessment from the following list:
1. Oral language
2. Reading (emergent to advanced)
3. Written language (from handwriting to spelling to composing)
4. Mathematics
5. Emotional/social/behavioral
6. Study skills

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