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  • Alternate Interim Assessments for Students with the Most Significant Cognitive Disabilities
    Formats: Online

    This video offers preliminary guidance for the development of interim assessment options for students with the most significant cognitive disabilities. There are federal requirements that all statewide and districtwide administrations of an assessment must have an alternate assessment. Given the importance interim assessments have now when there is an increased need for timely data on student learning and progress, the creation of high-quality alternate interim assessment options for students with the most significant cognitive disabilities requires urgent attention.  

    Published: July 2021
  • "Welcome to NCEO" Video
    Formats: Online

    This short video provides an overview of the National Center on Educational Outcomes (NCEO). 

    Published: July 2021
  • Parent Video Series: Supporting the Learning of Children with Significant Cognitive Disabilities at Home: Helping Your Child with Checking Progress at Home
    Formats: Online

    This video describes easy ways for parents to check on their child's progress in academics and behavior while learning at home.  It also suggests ways to talk to the school about a child's progress and to ask for suggestions on changing the learning supports provided at home.

    Published: July 2021
  • Parent Video Series: Supporting the Learning of Children with Significant Cognitive Disabilities at Home: Helping Your Child with Writing at Home
    Formats: Online

    This video describes practical ways to support students with significant cognitive disabilities as they grow in their writing skills. It also describes the types of supports a parent can ask for from a teacher or instructional team.

    Published: July 2021
  • Parent Video Series: Supporting the Learning of Children with Significant Cognitive Disabilities at Home: Helping Your Child with the Foundations of Math While at Home
    Formats: Online

    This video describes ways parents of students with disabilities can help their child with the foundations of math while at home. The video discusses why it is important to focus on foundations of math at home, how to do this, and what support parents can ask for from the school. The video gives tips on making modifications for different disabilities, and provides sources for more information.

    Published: March 2021
  • Parent Video Series: Supporting the Learning of Children with Significant Cognitive Disabilities at Home: Helping Your Child with Math While at Home
    Formats: Online

    This video describes ways parents of students with significant cognitive disabilities can help expand their child’s math skills at home. The video discusses why it is important to focus on math at home, how to do this, and what support parents can ask for from the school. The video gives tips on making modifications for different disabilities, and provides sources for more information.

    Published: March 2021
  • Parent Video Series: Supporting the Learning of Children with Significant Cognitive Disabilities at Home: Helping Your Child with the Foundations of Reading at Home
    Formats: Online

    This video describes ways parents of students with disabilities can help their child with the foundations of reading while at home. The video discusses why it is important to focus on foundations of reading at home, how to do this, and what support parents can ask for from the school. The video gives tips on making modifications for different disabilities, and provides sources for more information.

    Published: March 2021
  • Parent Video Series: Supporting the Learning of Children with Significant Cognitive Disabilities at Home: Helping Your Child with Reading at Home
    Formats: Online

    This video describes ways parents of students with significant cognitive disabilities can help their child expand reading skills while at home. The video discusses why it is important to focus on reading at home, how to do this, and what support parents can ask for from the school. The video gives tips on making modifications for different disabilities, and provides sources for more information.

    Published: March 2021
  • Parent Video Series: Supporting the Learning of Children with Significant Cognitive Disabilities at Home: Helping Your Child with Routines at Home
    Formats: Online

    This video helps support parents of students with disabilities in establishing routines at home, in order to promote better behaviors and communications. It also provides other sources for more information.

    Published: November 2020
  • Parent Video Series: Supporting the Learning of Children with Significant Cognitive Disabilities at Home: Helping Your Child with the Foundations of Communication at Home
    Formats: Online

    This video provides parents and siblings of students with disabilities with tips on how they can support the development of communication skills of their child (or sibling) at home, and provides other sources for more information.

    Published: November 2020
  • Parent Video Series: Supporting the Learning of Children with Significant Cognitive Disabilities at Home: Helping Your Child with Communication at Home
    Formats: Online

    This video describes ways that parents with students with disabilities can help support their child’s communication development at home, and provides sources for more information.

    Published: November 2020
  • Parent Video Series: Supporting the Learning of Children with Significant Cognitive Disabilities at Home: Helping Your Child with Academics at Home
    Formats: Online

    This video provides parents of students with disabilities, specifically those with the most significant cognitive disabilities, with tips on how to support their child’s standards-based instruction at home.

    Published: November 2020
  • National Center on Educational Outcomes YouTube Channel
    Formats: Online

    A YouTube channel displaying videos created by the National Center on Educational Outcomes (NCEO), which works with states across the country to provide leadership to include students with disabilities and English language learners (ELLs) in large-scale state assessments.

    Published: 2014
  • V1-2: Teachers Working Together to Identify Student Needs
    Formats: Online

    A special education teacher and math teacher discuss the possible need for accommodations for a student. They discuss how the student is performing in class and what strategies they have tried to address her needs.

    Published: 2014-05-05
  • V1-3: Special Education Teacher Communicating with Parents
    Formats: Online

    A special education teacher calls a parent to discuss how her daughter is performing in her classes. They discuss how they can work together to make sure she is completing her assignments.

    Published: 2014-05-05
  • V2-1: Discussing Common Misperceptions about Accommodations
    Formats: Online

    A special education teacher and math teacher discuss common misperceptions about accommodations. The special education teacher explains how accommodations "level the playing field" for students with disabilities rather than giving them an unfair advantage. The teachers then discuss which accommodations may be useful for the student.

    Published: 2014-05-05
  • V2-2: Identifying Students' Accommodation Needs
    Formats: Online

    A special education teacher interviews a student to learn more about her academic strengths and weaknesses. The special education teacher introduces the idea of using the read-aloud accommodation in math.

    Published: 2014-05-05
  • V2-3: General Education Teacher Communicating with Parents
    Formats: Online

    A math teacher calls a parent to discuss a student's difficulties in the classroom.  They talk about the possible use of accommodations to help the student succeed in the classroom.

    Published: 2014-05-05
  • V3-1: Selecting Instructional Accommodations
    Formats: Online

    A special education and math teacher discuss "barriers" that may prevent a student from accessing math instruction. They identify possible instructional accommodations for the student including the read-aloud accommodation.

    Published: 2014-05-05
  • V3-2: Implementing Instructional Accommodations
    Formats: Online

    The special education and math teacher develop a plan to implement and evaluate a student's accommodations for instruction.

    Published: 2014-05-05