Assistive Technology Assessment: Tools & Examples

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Which of the following individuals is NOT a vital team member when assessing the proper assistive technology for a student?

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1. Which step in an assistive technology assessment process is best described as a brainstorming step?

2. A non-slip surface, rolled towel, and blocks for feet are low-tech examples of assistive technology in which of the following areas of need?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Use this worksheet and quiz to identify what you know about assistive technology assessments. In order to pass the quiz, you will need to know information about the brainstorming step and what should be included in a written plan.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Use this quiz and worksheet to review:

  • Type of assistive technology that includes a non-slip surface and rolled towel
  • Frequency of reassessment for success of current assistive technology
  • Vital team members who assess the type of assistive technology needed for a student
  • What should be included in a written plan
  • Information about the brainstorming step

Skills Practiced

  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding the frequency of reassessment for success of current assistive technology
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the lesson on assistive technology
  • Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine information about the vital team members who assess the type of assistive technology needed for a student

Additional Learning

To understand more about assistive technology, review the related lesson titled Assistive Technology Assessment: Tools & Examples. This lesson was designed to help you:

  • Review the different acts and programs that consider the use of assistive technology
  • Learn about who benefits from assistive technology
  • Discuss the process that takes place when figuring out the need for assistive technology
  • Explore the benefits of determining the students' strengths
  • Identify the potential types of solutions that can be used with students
  • Explain the difference between low-tech and high-tech assistive technology
  • Recall different examples of assessments that can be done to determine the use and continued use of assistive technology
Final Exam
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Evaluating Classroom Assistive Technology
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