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Significant Cognitive Disabilities (Sig Cog) Measures


Researchers

Teri Wallace, Ph.D. 
University of Minnesota
walla001@umn.edu
612-624-7220

Renata Ticha, Ph.D.    
University of Minnesota
tich0018@umn.edu


PDF Icon Technical Reports
Study of General Outcome Measures (GOMs) in Reading for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities: Year 1
 
Technical Characteristics of General Outcome Measures (GOMs) in Mathematics for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities
 

PDF IconAdditional Supporting Documents
Students with Significant and Cognitive Disorders: Assessing Performance and Progress in Reading (Powerpoint presentation from Council of Exceptional Children Conference in Spring 2009)
 
Sig Cog Administration Directions for Identification Functional Pictures and Signs
 
Sig Cog Administration Directions for Identification Functional Letters and Words
 
Sig Cog Administration Directions for Identification Decoding Onsets and Rimes
 
Sig Cog Administration Directions for Listening Comprehension Simple Sentence Maze
 
Sig Cog Administration Directions for Number Order
 
Sig Cog Administration Directions for Number Facts
 
Sig Cog Administration Directions for Number Identification
 
Sig Cog Data Collection Form
 
PCRC 2010 Powerpoint Presentation: General Outcome Measures for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities in Mathematics Two-Year Study

 


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