Back by popular demand, Stacey Tucci and Frances Mary D’Andrea are continuing the learning with another Unlocking the English Code event: Assessment for Learners Who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing or Blind/Visually Impaired.
Join us for this live, dynamic event that will keep you actively engaged as we spend time together as low-incidence practitioners to:
· Identify layers of assessment and how data from each layer can be used
· Dive into supports and accommodations that give access to assessments for learners who are deaf/hard of hearing or blind/visually impaired
· Apply the learning to case studies that will help transfer this session to direct practice
Participants will be able to:
*Identify types of assessments and how the data from each can be used to drive instruction and intervention.
*Describe the difference between modifications and accommodations within assessments and how to ensure valid and meaningful measurements.
*Name three accommodations to make assessments more accessible for learners who are D/HH or B/VI.
*Apply the information and resources shared regarding assessment to a case study of a learner who is B/VI or D/HH.
This event will be offered in English with ASL interpreting and live transcription.
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