- ASEBA - Achenbach System for Empirically Based Assessment
ASEBA instruments set the worldwide standard for multi-informant child and young
adult assessment. Backed by extensive new normative data and used in some 4,000
studies from 50 countries, ASEBA instruments can be readily used in diverse contexts,
including schools, mental health, medical, forensic, residential treatment, training, public
health, child and family service, and research settings.
(Added: Mon May 06 2002)
- Assessments for Young Children
Assessment is the process of gathering information about a student in order to make decisions about this or her education. One kind of assessment
procedure is testing. In elementary and secondary schools, tests are given routinely to measure the extent to which we profit from instruction. We
may have taken intelligence, aptitude, interest, personality tests or nay number of other kinds of tests.Testing means presenting a person with a
set of questions or tasks in order to obtain a measure of performance often represented by a score. the score is intended to help answer questions
and produce information about the person tested.
(Added: Tue Jan 01 2002)