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Ch 21: Adapting Student Assessments

About This Chapter

Learn more details about assessment accommodations and adaptations using this short chapter. Refer to these lessons to help you prepare for course or professional certification exams or to simply brush up on these topics for professional reasons.

Adapting Student Assessments - Chapter Summary

Developmental and cultural issues play a major part in the way that students are assessed. This chapter helps you develop a better understanding of accommodations that can be made to student assessments based on these issues. You will also review assessment methods for students with disabilities as well as gifted students and English language learners.

Factors influencing the outcomes of student assessments are also discussed. After you complete this chapter, you should be able to do the following:

  • Identify factors that affect student assessment outcomes
  • Implement assessment methods for students with disabilities
  • Discuss methods for assessing gifted and talented students
  • Apply strategies to assess ELLs

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