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Assessment Accommodations Objectives

Review effective assessment accommodations for special needs students.
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Assessment Accommodations Objectives

Related References
Types of Assessment
Accommodations

Guiding Principles
Case Studies
Accommodation
Glossary

These are the objectives for each type of assessment accommodation.



Timing: changes in the length oftesting.

Objectives

  • Provides extra time to read written text.
  • Provides extra time to write responses.
  • Provides extra time to use certainequipment.
  • Helps students with short attention spansstay on task.


Scheduling: changes in when testingoccurs.

Objectives

  • Coordinates the assessment with theeffects of medication.
  • Helps students who have low frustrationtolerance.



Setting: changes in the place where an assessment is given.

Objectives

  • Helps students who have difficultyfocusing attention in a group setting.
  • Supports other classmates who may be distracted by the accommodation.



Presentation: changes in how anassessment is given to a student.

Objectives

  • Supports students with sensory needs.
  • Supports students who have difficultyreading or understanding directions.



Response: changes in how a studentresponds to an assessment.

Objectives

  • Meets needs related to physical andsensory disabilities that limit the student'sability to respond.
  • Helps students who have memory,sequencing, directionality, alignment,organization, and other problems that mayinterfere with successful performance ontests.

Excerpted from Assessment Accommodations Toolkit.

CEC

Provided in partnership with The Council for Exceptional Children.