Remote Assessment: Origins, Benefits, and Concerns
2. Guidance from Professional Organizations on Remote Assessment
3. Remote Assessment: Strengths and Challenges
4. Reviewing Records, Interviewing Key Informants, Observing Students and Administering Tests (R.I.O.T.)
5. Reliability and Validity of Remote Assessment with Children
6. Significant and New Contributions to the Field of Remote Assessment
7. Social Justice and Ethical Considerations of Remote Assessment
8. Recommendations if Using Remote Assessment
- Rapport may be more challenging to establish in a remote assessment environment (Bornheimer et al. 2022), and every effort should be made to make the individual feel comfortable. Allowing time to chat, especially for children and adolescents, is a good way to break the ice. Asking questions about their interests, or allowing them to show the examiner a favorite toy may also make the child feel more comfortable.
- Invite the examinee to a session prior to the start of testing, so that the examiner may prepare them for what they should expect. This can significantly allay the fears or anxiety of the unknown. Provide information on the types of activities they will be engaged in and the time expected for the testing session.
- Practitioners need to be aware of the developmental or cognitive level of the examinee (Bilder et al. 2020) to limit screen fatigue, thereby compromising the results of the assessment.
- We encourage examiners to frequently check on the examinee throughout testing, to determine their level of comfort and stamina, as well as technology checks to ensure audio and visual are working optimally (Luxton et al. 2014).
- Although we do not fully endorse the use of remote assessment at this time, especially to make high-stakes decisions about the classification of children for special education services, we acknowledge there are assessments normed and validated for these purposes. Therefore, we encourage practitioners to stay current in professional development as new remote assessments are introduced to market.
9. Conclusions and Future Directions
Institutional Review Board Statement
Informed Consent Statement
Data Availability Statement
Conflicts of Interest
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