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Assessing Deaf Adults
Critical Issues in Testing and Evaluation

Judith L. Mounty and
David S. Martin, Editors
Foreword by
Oscar P. Cohen

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Contents

Foreword
Oscar P. Cohen

Acknowledgments


Section I. The Context

Overview of the Challenge
David S. Martin and Judith L. Mounty

Historical Reflections
on Testing Individuals Who
Are Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Marjorie Ragosta


Section II. Test Development Issues

Test-Taking for Deaf
and Hard of Hearing Individuals:
Meeting the Challenges
Robert B. Weinstock and Judith L. Mounty

Access Considerations and
the Provision of Appropriate
Accommodations: A Research
Perspective From a Testing Organization
Ruth Lowe, Cara Cahalan-Laitusis, Linda Cook, and Raylene Harris

Use of Technology
and Principles
of Universal Design
to Improve
the Validity
and Fairness of
Licensure Tests
Neil Kingston and Michael Ehringhaus

Considerations in Developing
Licensing Tests That Are
Accessible for All Candidates
Carolyn Emrick Massad

The Psychometric Properties
of Intellectual Tests
When Used With Deaf
and Hard of Hearing Individuals:
Practices and Recommendations
Susan J. Maller and Jason C. Immekus


Section III. Administrative Issues

Equity in Testing Deaf
and Hard of Hearing
IndividualsóLegal Considerations
Rosaline Hayes Crawford

Sign Language Interpretation
in Testing Environments
Phyllis Rogers


Section IV. Cases From Specific Professions

Certification Testing
for Therapeutic Recreation:
Equity, Access, and Preparation
Anne Simonsen

GRE Performance
and the Deaf Community
Charlene Sorensen

Maximizing Access to Licensure
for Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Social Workers
Teresa V. Mason and Judith L. Mounty

New Hurdles: The Impact
of Recent Federal Mandates
on the Assessment of Deaf
and Hard of Hearing Teachers
and Teacher Candidates
Paul Singletary


Section V. Summing Up

Summary and Recommendations
David S. Martin and Judith L. Mounty

Epilogue: Fort Monroe Revisited
Robert Clover Johnson

Contributors

Index

Judith L. Mounty is Director, Center for ASL Literacy,  Gallaudet University, Washington, DC.

David S. Martin is Professor/Dean Emeritus, Department of Education, Gallaudet University, Washington, DC.

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