This checklist of recommended practices helps teachers provide an optimal environment and plan informed and meaningful observations for the DRDP (2015) for children who are deaf or hard of hearing. The checklist corresponds with the Guidance for Assessing Children who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
This guide assists teachers and service providers conduct informed and meaningful DRDP (2015) assessments of children who are deaf or hard of hearing (DHH) by better understanding:
- The communication needs of children who are DHH;
- How an individual child’s hearing loss and communication modes influence the child’s behaviors, interactions, and learning; and
- How to provide an appropriate learning environment that leads to a more accurate assessment of children’s knowledge, behaviors, and skills
Los resultado de la investigación sugieren que las observaciones de los padres son confiables y válidas y deberían considerarse como un componente esencial para el proceso de una evaluación comprensiva.
An overview of the research findings that suggest parents’ observations are reliable and valid and should be considered an essential component of a comprehensive assessment process.