NCEO Brief: Pre-assessment to Plan Instruction for Students with Disabilities During Distance Learning (#21)
Part of the NCEO Brief series.
- Susan Brookhart, Sheryl Lazarus
Distance learning, whether completely remote or in combination with classroom experiences, can pose challenges for teachers, students, and families. Pre-assessment to plan instruction can help guide the instructional planning process and improve the distance learning experience for students with disabilities, as well as for other students. This brief describes pre-assessment to plan instruction and presents 10 tools that can be used for pre-assessment of students with disabilities. Ideas are presented about ways to use each tool during distance learning. Pre-assessment and the 10 tools can also be used during face-to-face learning.
- December 2020
- Number 21
- Michael L Moore firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 612-626-0546
- National Center on Educational Outcomes (NCEO)
- Educational accountability and assessment
- Students with Disabilities
- Classroom Assessments (Diagnostic, Formative, Interim)