IEP Accommodations Than Can Work in Both In-Person and Virtual Settings (Understood.org)
Distance learning brings new challenges to special education. One of the biggest challenges is how to implement accommodations for students who have an Individualized Education Program.
Innovative thinking and an understanding of available tools can make accommodations work during distance learning. Plus, many of these online strategies and tools can help provide accommodations during in-person learning.
The charts provided give some examples of how commonly used accommodations can work in both in-person and virtual settings.
The charts include:
- Accommodations that change the way information is presented to students
- Accommodations that change the way students complete assignments
- Accommodations that can help with scheduling, timing, and organization