Where AT Fits with new standards and assessments…

New alternative state standards and assessments are here. And this will change instructional practices for all of our students with complex needs, including autism.

Simple portfolio assessments are out. Skill assessments are in.

The good news is that UDL and assistive technology are now more important than ever to help special ed students reach for these new high standards. That bodes well for the future of AT!

VIDEO: Common Core and Special Education—Part 3 (1 post)

Topic tags: Assessments, assistive technology, Common Core, Reading Accommodations, Resources, Writing Accommodations
  • Profile picture of Lena Hanson Lena said 2 years, 5 months ago:

    Under the new Common Core State Standards, students are expected to “read like detectives, and write like investigative reporters”.

    How are you building their foundation to accomplish this new goal?