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Alternate Assessment Student Eligibility Requirements /core/fileparse.php/1519/urlt/ID-Alternate-Asessment-Student-Eligibility-Requirements_2016-17.pdf
Updated September 13, 2016
This document includes the necessary requirements for a student to be eligible for the Alternate Assessment.
Assessing Students Who are Blind, Deaf, or Deaf-Blind: Additional Guidance for Test Administration /core/fileparse.php/1519/urlt/ID-AA_Assessing_Students_Who_Are-blind_Deaf_Deaf-Blind_FINAL.pdf
Updated February 03, 2017
This document provides additional guidance for administering the Alternate Assessments in ELA and Mathematics to students who are blind, deaf, or deaf-blind. It is intended to be used in conjunction with the required secure ID-AA Directions for Test Administration.
Embedded Supports and Accommodations Quick Guide /core/fileparse.php/1519/urlt/Embedded-Supports-and-Accommodations-Quick-Guide_2017-2018.pdf
Updated October 26, 2017
This resource describes the universal tools, designated supports and accommodations entered in TIDE that students are permitted to use while participating in the ISAT ELA/Literacy & Math, Science, End-of-Course, and Alternate ELA & Math Assessments, including a crosswalk between the TIDE settings and the Usability, Accessibility, and Accommodations Guidelines.
Learner Characteristics Inventory (LCI) /core/fileparse.php/1519/urlt/Idaho-ID-AA-Criteria-and-LCI_2017-18.pdf
Updated October 09, 2017
The Learner Characteristics Inventory (LCI) provides the criteria for participation in the Idaho Alternate Assessments (ID-AA). A student is eligible to participate in the Idaho Alternate Assessment if ALL THREE of the participation criteria are marked YES.
Student Response Check (SRC) in paper /core/fileparse.php/1519/urlt/2017_StudentResponseCheck_PaperAdministration.pdf
Updated February 03, 2017
This paper form of the ID-AA Student Response Check, also available in the Test Delivery System, is a task that needs to be completed prior to testing by the Teacher (TE) administering the Alternate Assessment to evaluate a student’s response capabilities. This content-neutral assessment provides an opportunity to observe and confirm the student’s mode of response.