portfolio assessment, performance assessment, curriculum-based assessment, open tests, crib sheet,
take home test, concept map, Includes anecdotal records of student behavior, portfolios, checklists of student progress. and student teacher conferences. Can be contrasted with traditional assessments. Provide a view of a students process and product, which is closely related to the instructional activity. Traditional assessments usually provide a view only of the product of the learning, such as a score on a test.
The major differences between IDEA and Section 504 are in the flexibility of the procedures. For a child to be identified as eligible for services under Section 504, there are less specific procedural criteria that govern the requirements of the school personnel. Schools may offer a student less assistance and monitoring with Section 504 because there are fewer regulations by the federal government to instruct them, especially in terms of compliance.Section 504 covers the lifespan and safeguards the rights of persons with disabilities in many areas of their lives, including employment, public access to buildings, transportation, and education.Section 504Does not require an IEP, but does require a plan."Appropriate" means an education comparable to the education provided to those students who are not disabled.Placement is usually in a general education classroom. Children can receive specialized instruction, related services, or accommodations within the general education classroom.Provides related services, if needed.` 6th EditionSpencer A. Rathus 13th EditionMichael R Solomon 10th EditionElliot Aronson, Robin M. Akert, Samuel R. Sommers, Timothy D. Wilson