Finally, word prediction is not considered cheating and is allowed on year-end assessments in PARCC states and Texas.
For years, students have relied on word prediction as an essential writing accommodation. Yet, until now, only a few states allowed it to be used as a testing accommodation. The PARCC testing consortium (plus Texas) is opening up word prediction as an individualized accommodation. This opens up an opportunity for you to give your students equitable access to show what they know on the test. Ruth Ziolkowski, President of Don Johnston Incorporated and the ATIA Board Member liaison between the assessment consortia and assistive technology field, shares the latest guidance so you don’t miss out on this opportunity in this recorded session.
Ruth also takes a few minutes to share "before and after" student assessment examples. She then demonstrates Co:Writer word prediction and explain how the supports it includes to comply with your state’s guidelines!
To view our current schedule of upcoming webinars, please visit donjohnston.com/webinars
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