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Alternate assessments enable schools to measure progress from year to year for say a teen who is working to master concepts of money and time. According to ESSA no more than 1 percent of all students should take alternate assessments.
Portfolio Assessment as Alternative Assessment: Portfolios can be organized by developmental category content area or by topics or themes. Portfolios have three main purposes. One is for assessment and evaluation assessing progress achievement developmental strengths and areas for continued work.
English Language Arts Mathematics and Science Dynamic Learning Maps (DLM) alternate assessment is a computer-delivered adaptive assessment measuring a student's achievement of the ELA Mathematics and Science State Standards at a reduced level of depth breadth and complexity.
As with all assessments the alternate assessments are a snapshot of student performance based on grade-level expectations but they are just one data point to help understand a student's progress academically.
Alternative assessment is a form of student performance grading that allows for a more holistic approach to student assessment. The traditional form of student assessment involves the average grading of a cumulative set of work for a given time period.
ND Alternate Assessment The North Dakota Alternate Assessment (NDAA) is for students with the most significant cognitive disabilities. North Dakota uses the instructionally-embedded model of Dynamic Learning Maps (DLM) which means that the testlets are administered throughout the school year and are embedded into the student's instruction.
The Kentucky Alternate Assessment was developed in 1990 as a result of the Reform Act of 1990 to provide schools and programs with a valid and reliable means of assessing the instruction provided to students with moderate and significant disabilities (i.e. for the less than 1% of the total student population for whom traditional assessments would be an inappropriate measure of progress).
The Spring 2021 test windows for the Alternate Assessment for Students with the Most Significant Cognitive Disabilities (AASCD) and the Ohio English Language Proficiency Assessment (OELPA) have been extended to provide more flexibility for testing. The AASCD testing window originally scheduled to end March 19 will now run February 2-March 26 2021.
The Multi-State Alternate Assessment (MSAA) is a comprehensive assessment system designed to promote increasing higher academic outcomes for students with significant cognitive disabilities in preparation for a broader array of post-secondary outcomes.
The DLM alternate assessment is computer-based and designed to measure what students with significant cognitive disabilities know and can do. Students with significant cognitive disabilities participate in the alternate assessment whose participation in the general statewide assessment even with accommodations is not appropriate.The ...