Assessment drives instructions for ALL students, including those who are VI/blind and deaf/hard of hearing. The Instruction should be aligned to and measure student knowledge of, grade level standards, functional skills standards in addition to IEP goals and objectives. Teachers will use a variety of teaching strategies and support for access to learning including educational and assistive technologies, to assist students in learning. Pre-assessment, formative assessment and post assessment data should be collected in an effort to show learning growth for each student.
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Explore resources and forms to help teams understand and implement effective AT assessments, as well as SIFTS, an exciting new OCALI tool to support the AT feature matching process.