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This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
Nonbiased assessment refers only to bias based on linguistic differences.

   
 
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Question 2.
Paraphrasing is often used to clarify, ensure that information was heard and interpreted accurately, and show interest and attention.

   
 
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Question 3.
Furthering responses refers to the professional adding information from his or her experience to the parent's comments.

   
 
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Question 4.
Interviewing families in their homes is always an appropriate way to gather assessment information about students.

   
 
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Question 5.
Students in today's schools are much more likely to have experienced poverty, racial discrimination, and recent immigration than their teachers and other school professionals.

   
 
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Question 6.
Life circumstances of parents have little to do with their relationship to teachers and other professionals.

   
 
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Question 7.
"Does Jennifer know how to tie her shoes?" is an example of an open-ended question.

   
 
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Question 8.
Summarizing is one way to make sure that parent's primary points have been heard accurately.

   
 
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Question 9.
Families vary in their willingness to invite teachers and other professionals into their homes.

   
 
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Question 10.
Occasionally it is appropriate for IEP or IFSP documents to be signed before they are fully understood and agreed-to by the parent.

   
 
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