Effective STEM Assessment Techniques for Low-Incidence Populations

Thank you so much to Cary Supalo (Illinois State University/Independence Science) and Peg Hartwig (Marshfield Schools) for joining us to share their thoughts and expertise in the second event of our “Implementing Inclusive Assessment & Student Evaluation” series. In this event Supalo discussed his work advocating for and creating modifications to drive hands-on authentic lab experiences for students with blindness and low vision so that all students have a chance to show what they know and can do in a hard science curriculum such as Chemistry. Hartwig talked about her use of education technology to allow students to express their understanding creatively in a variety of classroom settings, with students of all ages that have historically struggled on in assessment settings. Please view a recording of this event here:

 

Please access recordings for our other series events here in the DEN blogs by following the links provided.

Engaging Students with Disabilities in Effective Student Evaluation (coming soon)

Effective STEM Assessment Techniques for Low-Incidence Populations (click here)

Maximizing Access Through Innovative Reading Assessment Design (click here)

Integrating Language Learning Students in Purposeful Evaluation (click here)

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