2 edition of Kindergarten diagnostic instrument found in the catalog.
Kindergarten diagnostic instrument
Daniel C. Miller
by Kindergarten Interventions and Diagnostic Services in Denton, Tex
|Statement||Daniel C. Miller.|
|LC Classifications||LB1132 .M53 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 146 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||146|
|LC Control Number||2002276097|
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This study was designed to determine whether the scores obtained from the Kindergarten Diagnostic Instrument (KDI) Test given to children prior to their enrollment in kindergarten would allow educators to identify those children who would eventually qualify for a first grade reading intervention program.
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The assessment was a pilot version of a longer instrument that had been used at the school for several years. Results were used for placement, program planning (class size and multiage.Kindergarten Assessment Summary Report1 Megan McClelland, Oregon State University Jane Squires, University of Oregon J 1.
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