150 words each wit in-text citations and a reference.
1. Describe a few tips for writing a comprehensive, professional MET report. What can a special education teacher do to prepare? What should the reader of a MET report understand after reading the report?
2. What are some strategies for guiding students in understanding their psychoeducational evaluation results, and relating them to success in the classroom? Is it always appropriate to share such results with the student? Why or why not?
3. How can a teacher best ensure that formal assessment results are incorporated into day-to-day classroom instructional planning and practices?
4. Describe the relationship between formal evaluation results and the development of the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) by the school-based team.