Principles and design of standards-based assessment and instruction for English language learners and the relationship to identification of students’ strengths and needs in English language/literacy development and academic achievement. Topics will include roles, purposes and types of formal and informal assessment that inform teachers in planning effective, differentiated instruction; monitoring English learners’ progress with respect to a given standard; issues of norming, test reliability, validity, and cultural and linguistic biases with respect to children of diverse backgrounds.
Note: Participants must have an application on file prior to enrolling in this course. Requirement for the CLAD through CTEL Certificate.
Previously offered as EDUC 3V219.
You must register for this course with the Letter Grade Option. If you do not then you will need to retake the course at your own expense with the Letter Grade in order to be eligible for a CLAD Authorization.
Course Number: EDUC-31219 Credit: 3 units