CUR/530 Week 4 Assessment Modifications and Accommodations Team Presentation
Wk 4 – Assessment Modifications and Accommodations
Scenario: You are responsible for creating a presentation for an upcoming workshop that will address best practices for assessment modifications and for accommodating students in special education and English language learner (ELL) programs.
Develop a minimum 10-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation in which you address issues related to assessment modifications and accommodations.
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Include and explain the following:
- The difference between modification and accommodation
- Descriptions of best practices for providing accommodations to students with special needs and with limited language skills
- Examples of modifications and accommodations to assessments that relate to presentation, response, setting, and scheduling
- A discussion of different technology applications available to support modifications and accommodations
- A discussion of RTI and suggestions for using RTI results to determine appropriate interventions and to develop differentiated learning experiences
- A discussion of MTSS and why it is important to improve student outcomes
- A description of when modifications and accommodations can be used in teacher-created assessments and standardized assessments
- Strategies for analyzing assessment data to understand patterns and gaps in learning, to guide planning and instruction, and to provide meaningful feedback to all learners
- A discussion of ethical implications surrounding accessing, managing, and using data and student information for assessment purposes
- A discussion of FERPA and possible ethical challenges related to assessment because of FERPA
Note: These accommodations must not change the intent or conceptual difficulty of the assessment items.
Feel free to use the speaker’s notes.
Submit your assignment.
Course: CUR/530 Assessment And Evaluation Models
School: University of Phoenix