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How to setup and use Don Johnston products for your students' assessment accommodations
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  1. questionTesting Accommodations
    You’re an advocate for Assistive Technology in your school. You’ve seen it increase learning outcomes, productivity and self-confidence. You’ve probably known students who have transitioned out of continual failure into small, more frequent successes. What happens when it is t ...

  2. questionHow to set up and use Read:OutLoud 6 for your student's assessment accommodations
    Convert to PDF Read:OutLoud 6 is fast becoming the standard for reading electronic texts for students and helping them to increase their comprehension. Using auditory support as an alternate method of presentation for test taking, can be the best way to assess some students. If you have tests i ...

  3. questionHow to set up and use Write:OutLoud 6 for your student's assessment accommodations
    Turn Test Mode On Many states allow students to use Write:OutLoud as a test accommodation so long as spelling and grammar checkers are turned off. Write:OutLoud has “test mode” options that allow teachers to disable the Spell Checker, Dictionary and/or Homonym Checker. Students cann ...

  4. questionHow to set up and use Draft:Builder 6 for your student's assessment accommodations
    Provide Blank Graphic Organizers Many states allow students to use graphic organizers during test-taking so long as they are generic or have no labels. Here are several blank Draft:Builder 6 outlines that are suitable for testing. Download any or all of them. See the Attachments section for 'Dr ...

  5. questionHow to set up and use Co:Writer 6 for your student's assessment accommodations
    Adjust Settings Many students use Co:Writer 6 for their everyday work and need to use it during assessments as well. While each district and state has its own rules, many allow Co:Writer to be used as a test accommodation provided that certain features, such as Predict Ahead, are turned off. Do ...


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