SPED 523: Assessment in Gifted/Talented Education

Formal and informal assessments of characteristics of G/T learners in the intellectual, leadership, academic, and creative realms for identification and qualification for educational programming; assessment of readiness and content mastery. Ongoing assessment, progress monitoring, and data interpretation skills will be practiced. Issues surrounding the identification of G/T learners, including misdiagnosis, stereotyping, and bias will be critically evaluated. Legal issues surrounding this area, and cultural influences on data sources will be explored. 

Prerequisite: Acceptance to UND Grad School as a degree or non-degree seeking student

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 Session Details

Schedule: Upon receiving access to your course, you will have 3 to 9 months to complete. Course access is typically granted within 5-7 business days. Work at your own pace.
Tuition : $1437.84

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Prerequisite Information
Understanding Individuals with Different Abilities, and Assessment and Individualized Planning in Special Education or Advanced Assessment in Special Education, or permission of the instructor

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Cancellation Policy

Withdrawals received 1 to 30 calendar days after your registration date will be refunded 100% of the course tuition. Withdrawals received 31 to 60 calendar days after your registration date will be refunded 50% of the course tuition. No refunds are available if UND receives your Withdrawal after 61+ calendar days after your registration date. The 1-time UND Admission Fee of $35 is non-refundable.

Instructor or Facilitator

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Laurie Guy