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What is an ecological assessment?
Sandra is being evaluated for her possible need and eligibility for special education services. The school's LSSP wants to conduct an ecological assessment on her.



A. Intellegence and achievement tests.
B. Interviews with her parents regarding her behavior, interests, ETC.
C. An adaptive behavior scale completed by the teacher.
D. A classroom observation.

This question is part of Special Education Certification Practice Test
Asked by Irene Reed, Last updated: Mar 29, 2020

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Irene Reed

Irene Reed

Answered Jul 26, 2018

An ecological assessment requires assessing the student in various environments, therefore, the best answer would be classroom observations instead of interviews.

 

John Adney

John Adney

Answered May 23, 2017

A classroom observation being that an ecological assessment is collecting data on how a child performs in different settings or environents.
 

sanfordjude

Sanfordjude

Answered May 23, 2017

A classroom observation being that an ecological assessment is collecting data on how a child performs in different settings or environents.
 

John Adney

Can you please clarify more on what this means
 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Oct 27, 2016

Interviews with her parents regarding her behavior, interests, etc.
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