- Alternate Assessment for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities
The definitive resource on AA-AAS and an essential supplementary text for future general and special educators.
To support K–12 students with significant disabilities and get an accurate picture of their skills and knowledge, schools need to implement effective alternate assessment based on alternate achievement standards (AA-AAS). This guidebook helps develop successful AA-AAS linked with grade-level content standards, as well as ensure the kind of quality instruction that leads to higher achievement. The definitive resource on AA-AAS, and an essential supplementary text for future general and special educators, this book will make alternate assessment meaningful and lead the way to higher academic achievement for students with significant disabilities. Softcover, 376 pages.
The book synthesizes current research on AA-AAS and gives education professionals strategies for implementing assessments and improving instruction. With a strong focus on practical classroom application, the expert authors show readers how to:
To help educators ensure a high-quality inclusive education for students with disabilities, the authors include detailed, step-by-step examples of modified lessons in math, reading, science, and social studies. Readers will see how instruction and assessment can be adapted for students of all ages with a wide range of abilities and communication needs.
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