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Transcript of SOMPA
“What is the child’s learning potential?” Medical Model Measures The Physical Dexterity Tasks Reliability: from .61 to .94 The Bender Visual Motor Gestalt Test Reliability by Ethnic Group: from .54 to .77
Reliability by Age Group: from .64 to .74
Weight by Height Visual Acuity Auditory Acuity Health History Inventories prenatal/postnatal, trauma, disease and illness, vision, hearing Social System Model Measures (ABIC) Adaptive Behavior Inventory for Children six social systems: family community peer group nonacademic school roles earner/consumer roles self-maintenance roles (WISC-R) Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Revised used to measure the child’s adaptive fit to the student role Pluralistic Norms Blacks, Hispanics and Whites Pluralistic Model Measures 1.Sociocultural Space can affect School Functioning Level
2.Sociocultural Space can affect cognitive, linguistic, and mathematical skills. This can also affect motivational level which can come from being rewarded for performance.
3.IQ results have shown that Black, Hispanic and White children have different results due to sociocultural context.
Estimated Learning Potential (ELP) 1.Physical Dexterity Tasks (specially trained nurse) 2.Bender Visual Motor Gestalt (administered, scored and interpreted by professional) 3.Weight by Height, Visual Acuity, and Auditory Acuity (specially trained nurse) 4.School Functioning Level and Estimated Learning Potential (systematic interpretation of the WISC-R in terms of child’s sociocultural characteristics) 5.Interpreting Student’s Assessment 1.Prepare Parent Interview
3.Health History Inventories 2.Sociocultural Scale a.Family Size b.Family Structure
i.Parent –Child Relationship
ii.Marital Status c.Socioeconomic Status
i.Occupation of Head of Household
ii.Source of Income d.Urban Acculturation
i.Sense of Efficacy
iv.Urbanization 4.Adaptive Behavior Inventory for Children (ABIC) 5.Interpreting the Parent Interview satisfactory Opinion Well rounded test.
Amazing approach to multiculturalism and against discrimination
SOMPA does not look at child’s creative abilities, such as musical, naturalistic, artistic, or spiritual.
How multicultural is it if it only considers Black, Hispanic and White children?
If it was done on 1971, how outdated is it?
by Jimena Vega Olazábal Scoring