Classroom Discourse Observation (CDO)

What is CDO?

Classroom Discourse Observation (CDO) is an assessment which captures not only aspects of ASL, but also discourse techniques/pragmatics, heuristic functions, and whether the environment is visually optimized. A classroom-based assessment also notes students' comprehension of the faculty, and the faculty's comprehension of the students. ASL Diagnostic and Evaluation Services (ASL-DES) video records the faculty in the classroom and then analyzes the video recording to identify strengths and areas needing improvement in the areas of utilizing a visually optimized environment, discourse, and pragmatics. The faculty is then provided a personalized feedback session which includes the opportunity to review and discuss the video recording.



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