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Handout #1:

Intervention Specialist Skills and Knowledge Inventory

Domain

Skill/Knowledge

Level

How I Plan to Learn More

Collaboration

 

High

Medium

Low

 

Working with parents

Working with teams of professionals

Working with professionals from other agencies

Assessment

 

High

Medium

Low

 

Administering and scoring individual standardized tests

Administering and scoring individual criterion-referenced tests

Developing teacher-made assessments

Using behavior checklists

Using frequency recording

Using duration recording

Using interval recording

Creating anecdotal records

Creating running records

Data Analysis

 

High

Medium

Low

 

Computing descriptive statistics

Graphing trends

Graphing frequencies

Comparing pre- and post-test data

Interpreting normal curve (NCE) equivalent scores

Converting raw scores into z-scores

Differentiation

 

High

Medium

Low

 

Creating and using advance organizers

Creating and using study guides

Creating and using graphic organizers

Demonstrating text-based learning strategies

Demonstrating computer-mediated learning strategies

Developing learning materials and assessments with multiple entry-points

Developing learning materials and assessments enabling various modes of responding

Other Service Providers

 

High

Medium

Low

 

Accessing medical services

Accessing vision services

Accessing audiology services

Accessing speech and language services

Accessing counseling services

Accessing conflict resolution services

Accessing social services

Accessing legal services


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