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Significant Cognitive Disability
39 results tagged by “intellectual disability”
Breaking assignments or text into chunks
Using images to provide information about a student’s daily schedule.
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Making a Negative Vocalization to Indicate Unmatched Object
Student responds with a negative vocalization to indicate the paired items presented do not match.
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Use Calculator, Manipulatives, or Math Tools to Arrive at Response
Student with a significant cognitive disability uses a calculator or other math manipulative or tool to assist with formulating an answer.
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Formulating a Response Using a Choice Board
Student responds using a choice board.
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Signing an Answer
The student uses sign language to indicate the answer.
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Nodding Head or Gesturing in the Direction of an Answer
Nods head or gestures in the direction of the answer.
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Writing or Typing Responses
The student writes or types the answer to a question, with or without the use of adaptive writing equipment.
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Use of Output Device to Indicate an Answer
Student uses an alternative form of communication to answer questions, when each answer choice is present individually.
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