Accessibility and Accommodations PowerPoint Presentation

Accessibility and Accommodations PowerPoint Presentation

2019-02-18 2K 2 0 0

Description

Introduction. Accessibility and Accommodations. Positive and productive assessment experience. Results that are . fair. and . accurate. Accessibility and Accommodations. Accessibility and Accommodations. ID: 752404

Embed code:

Download this presentation



DownloadNote - The PPT/PDF document "Accessibility and Accommodations" is the property of its rightful owner. Permission is granted to download and print the materials on this web site for personal, non-commercial use only, and to display it on your personal computer provided you do not modify the materials and that you retain all copyright notices contained in the materials. By downloading content from our website, you accept the terms of this agreement.

Presentations text content in Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide1

Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide2

Introduction

Slide3

Accessibility and Accommodations

Positive and productive assessment experience

Results that are

fair

and

accurate

Slide4

Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide5

Accessibility and Accommodations

college- and

career-

readiness

Slide6

Validity depends on students having appropriate :

universal tools designated supports

accommodations when needed

Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide7

Usability, Accessibility, and Accommodations Guidelines

http://idaho.portal.airast.org/

Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide8

Usability, Accessibility, and Accommodations Guidelines

Following these Guidelines will contribute to a valid test score for students.

Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide9

What are the available designated supports and accommodations for students?

Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide10

2) What do the designated supports and accommodations look like in the Test Delivery System?

Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide11

3) How do I ensure that students receive their assigned designated supports and accommodations within the Test Delivery System (embedded) as well as those beyond the Test Delivery System (non-embedded)?

Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide12

Universal tools, designated supports, and accommodations

may be different from those that we have allowed in the past

Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide13

Check with your District or School Test Coordinators

if you have a question about the use of a particular accessibility resource.

Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide14

Same Expectations

Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide15

Exemptions May Apply

Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide16

To confirm if these conditions apply, you should check with your state education agency about the criteria for participation requirements for these students.

Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide17

Slide18

Slide19

Slide20

Slide21

Slide22

Slide23

Slide24

Usability, Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide25

What Are Designated Supports?

Slide26

What Are Designated Supports?

Defined

Designated supports

for the ISAT assessments are those resources that are available for use by

any student

for whom the need has been indicated by an educator or team of educators with parent/guardian and student. Assigning a designated support does not require documentation of need in an IEP or 504 plan. It is recommended that a consistent process be used to determine these supports for individual students.

Designated supports need to be identified and assigned in TIDE prior to assessment administration.

Students should be familiar with using the designated supports assigned to them.

Defined

Decisions

Slide27

What Are Designated Supports?

Decisions

Informed adults make decisions about these designated supports. Ideally, the decisions are made by educators familiar with the student’s needs, as well as those supports that the student has been using during instruction and for other assessments. Student and parent/guardian participation in the decision, particularly for older students, is also recommended.

Decisions

Defined

Slide28

What Are Accommodations

?

Slide29

What Are Accommodations?

Defined

Accommodations

are changes in procedures or materials that increase equitable access during the ISAT assessments. Assessment accommodations generate valid assessment results for students who need them; they allow these students to show what they know and can do.

The Idaho State Department of Education (SDE) has identified

accommodations

for students for whom there is a documented need for the accommodation(s) on an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or 504 accommodation plan or special circumstance, such as the example of the broken arm.

Defined

Decisions

Slide30

What Are Accommodations?

Decisions

IEP teams, educators, and parents/guardians make decisions about accommodations. These teams (or educators for 504 plans) provide evidence of the need for accommodations and ensure that they are noted on the IEP or 504 plan. School staff are responsible for ensuring that information from the IEP is entered into TIDE

,

so that all embedded accommodations can be activated prior to testing.

SDE suggests the use of ISAAP or tool similar to ISAAP when making decisions. However, the ISAAP tool is not a replacement for an IEP/504 plan.

Defined

Decisions

Slide31

Making Decisions about Designated Supports and Accommodations

Decisions

The Resources and Practices Comparison Crosswalk was developed to help educators and decision-makers identify similarities between the assessment resources and classroom practices.

SDE suggests the use of the Individual Student Assessment Accessibility Profile (ISAAP) process and ISAAP, or tool similar to ISAAP, when making decisions. However, the ISAAP tool is not a replacement for an IEP/504 plan.

These resources are available on the ISAT Portal (

https://idaho.portal.airast.org/

)

Designated Supports

Accommodations

Slide32

NEXT:

How to assign designated supports and accommodations

Usability, Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide33

Assigning Designated Supports and Accommodations

Slide34

Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide35

Slide36

Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide37

Confirm that students are assigned the appropriate designated supports and accommodations

Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide38

The Test Administrator should use this list when granting students access to the test through the Test Delivery System.

Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide39

Review each student’s information to ensure that he or she has the correct designated support(s) and/or accommodation(s) set.

Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide40

The student should not proceed with testing until the discrepancy is resolved.

Accessibility and Accommodations

Slide41

Approvals

and

Test Settings

Slide42

Approvals and Student Test Settings

Standard

or

Custom

Slide43

Approvals and Student Test Settings

Slide44

Approvals and Student Test Settings

Slide45

Embedded Designated Supports

Slide46

Embedded Designated Supports

Color Contrast

Masking

Mouse Pointer

Text-to-speech

Translations (Glossary)

Language/Presentation (Stacked Translations)

Turn off Any Universal Tools

Slide47

Slide48

COLOR CONTRAST

Slide49

COLOR CONTRAST

Slide50

MASKING

Slide51

MOUSE POINTER

Slide52

TEXT-to-SPEECH

For ELA Items, ELA PT Stimuli, Math Items and Stimuli

(Not Reading Passages)

Slide53

TEXT-to-SPEECH

For ELA Items, ELA PT Stimuli, Math Items and Stimuli

(Not Reading Passages)

Slide54

Translated Glossaries (math only):

Student can be assigned:

English glossary only (default- Universal Tool)

English

and

one second-language glossary

One second-language glossary only

No glossary at all (by turning this off in universal tools)

Slide55

Glossary Languages (math only) :

Mandarin

Korean

Punjabi

Russian

Ukrainian

Spanish

Vietnamese

Arabic

Filipino

(Tagalog/Ilokano)

Cantonese

Slide56

Translated Glossaries (math only)

Slide57

Translated Glossaries (math only)

Slide58

Audio Glossary (math only)

Slide59

Stacked Translations (math only)

Slide60

Turning off Universal Tools

English Dictionary

English Glossary

Highlighter

Mark for Review

Strikethrough

Slide61

Turning off Universal Tools

Slide62

Non-Embedded Supports

Slide63

Non-Embedded Designated Supports

Slide64

Non- Embedded Designated Supports

Amplification

Bilingual Dictionary

Color Contrast

Color Overlay

Magnification

Noise Buffers

Read Aloud

Read Aloud in Spanish

Scribe

Separate Setting

Simplified Test Directions

Translated Test Directions

Translation (Glossary)

Slide65

1. Amplification

Non- Embedded Designated Supports

Slide66

2. Bilingual Dictionary

Dictionary >

Diccionario,

colección alfabética de las palabras de una lengua, arte o ciencia, con sus definiciones o explicaciones

.

Non- Embedded Designated Supports

Slide67

3. Color Contrast

Non- Embedded Designated Supports

Slide68

4. Color Overlay

Non- Embedded Designated Supports

Slide69

5. Magnification

Non- Embedded Designated Supports

Slide70

6. Noise Buffers

Non-Embedded Designated Support

Noise Cancelling

Slide71

7. Read Aloud

Non- Embedded Designated Supports

To create a fraction greater than….

For ELA Items, ELA PT Stimuli, Math Items and Stimuli (Not Reading Passages)

Slide72

8. Read Aloud in Spanish

Non- Embedded Designated Supports

Selection todos los números de….

For Math Items and Stimuli

Slide73

9. Scribe

Non- Embedded Designated Supports

For ELA Non-Writing Items and Math Items

Slide74

10. Separate Setting

Non- Embedded Designated Supports

Slide75

11. Simplified Test Directions

Non- Embedded Designated Supports

After I approve you to begin testing, make sure that you…

Slide76

12. Translated Test Directions

Non- Embedded Designated Supports

For Math Only

Slide77

13. Translated Glossary

Non- Embedded Designated Supports

For Math Items

Slide78

Slide79

Embedded Accommodations

Slide80

Embedded Accommodations

American Sign Language (ASL) (for ELA listening items and math items)

Braille

Closed captioning (for ELA listening items)

Text-to-speech (for ELA reading passages)

Streamlined Interface

Slide81

American Sign Language (ASL)

(

for ELA Listening items and Math items)

Slide82

American Sign Language (ASL)

(

for ELA Listening items and Math items)

Slide83

Braille

Slide84

Closed Captioning

For ELA listening items only

Audio materials are presented as printed text

.

Audio materials are presented as printed text.

Slide85

TEXT-to-SPEECH

ELA Reading Passages

Slide86

Streamlined Interface

Standard

Interface

Streamlined Interface

Slide87

Non-Embedded Accommodations

Slide88

Slide89

Non-Embedded Accommodations

100s number table

Abacus

Alternate Response Options

Braille

Calculator

Multiplication Table

Print on Demand

Read Aloud

Scribe

Speech-to-text

Word Prediction

Slide90

1. 100s Number Table

Non-Embedded Accommodations

Slide91

2. Abacus

Non-Embedded Accommodations

Slide92

3.

Alternate Response Options

Non-Embedded Accommodations

Slide93

4. Braille

Non-Embedded Accommodations

Slide94

5. Non-embedded Calculator

Five nine seven minus three four

Non-Embedded Accommodations

Slide95

6. Multiplication Table

Non-Embedded Accommodations

Slide96

7. Print on Demand-

Passages/Stimuli and/or Items

Non-Embedded Accommodations

Slide97

8. Read Aloud

Non-Embedded Accommodations

I heard the honking of the horn….

For ELA Reading Passages

Slide98

9. Scribe

Non-Embedded Accommodations

For ELA Writing Items

Slide99

10. Speech-to-Text

Non-Embedded Accommodations

Slide100

11. Word Prediction

Non-Embedded Accommodations

Slide101

Resources

Slide102

Resources and Practices Comparison Crosswalk

Usability, Accessibility, and Accommodations Implementation Guide

Usability, Accessibility, and Accommodations Guidelines FAQ can be found on the ISAT Portal (

https://idaho.portal.airast.org/

).

Slide103

Accessibility and Accommodations

for more information visit:

http://idaho.portal.airast.org/


About DocSlides
DocSlides allows users to easily upload and share presentations, PDF documents, and images.Share your documents with the world , watch,share and upload any time you want. How can you benefit from using DocSlides? DocSlides consists documents from individuals and organizations on topics ranging from technology and business to travel, health, and education. Find and search for what interests you, and learn from people and more. You can also download DocSlides to read or reference later.