Types of Assessment |
Some students must use technology to respond to test items. For example, they may write their answers on a computer (with or without a spell checker) or use a portable laptop device.
- Make sure that the equipment is available and working properly.
- Determine a procedure for identifying the student's work.
- Explain how the student should use the equipment to respond (for example, should the student identify the item in a special way?).
As with any technological tool, there is always the possibility that a student may inadvertently erase his or her answers. To prevent this from happening, it is important to periodically remind the student to save his or her work.
Excerpted from Assessment Accommodations Toolkit.
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