Increase rigor when administering the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE). Become familiar with TABE, Forms 9 and 10, as an assessment tool for placing students, monitoring student progress, planning instruction, and improving your program. Learn about the various TABE materials, especially the Locator Test, the Complete Battery Form, and the Survey Form. Compare the different levels, content, and formats of the test. Participants learn how to administer the test and interpret scores using the Norms Book. They will be able to use the Diagnostic Profile to determine student learning needs, reflect on the relationship between TABE scores and instruction, and understand student functional skills at various National Reporting System (NRS) levels.
This training is free to participants who are served by New York State Education Department’s Regional Adult Education Network in New York City. A list of all these agencies can be found in the LAC Catalog.
If your agency is not included in this list, a $125 fee that must be paid before you can participate in the training. Once you have registered, you will receive an email detailing how you can make the payment.