Research shows us that educators only make the right decision on reading accommodations 50% of the time when relying on subjective judgement. We developed a diagnostic process to replace subjective judgement. It’s called the Protocol for Accommodations in Reading (PAR)–over 7,500 people have already downloaded it for free! With PAR, educators are able to determine which accommodations, if any, are most appropriate for a given student.
Now you are able to see what you’re capable of when you deliver the new online version—uPAR (Universal Protocol for Accommodations in Reading). It allows educators to assess up to 25 students in one class period and get documented results instantly. In fact, it’s the first AT consideration tool that can be group-delivered but gives individual results!
In this webinar, Dr. Denise DeCoste (co-author of PAR) walks through the research basis for Protocol for Accommodations in Reading (PAR), as well as introduces you to uPAR—just in time for you to be ready for the new state assessments this school year!