C9L3Q2 – Quiz on Evaluation of Effectiveness of AT
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When collecting data on effectiveness it is the sole responsibility of the teacher who spends the most time with the student.CorrectIncorrect
When collecting data, it should be on what the student needs to be doing for future goals.CorrectIncorrect
The use of Assistive Technology may require additional paperwork outside of the student’s IEP.CorrectIncorrect
Collecting data about effectiveness is only determined by a quantitative improvement by the student.CorrectIncorrect
An increase in participation with peers can be documented as a proof of effectiveness of assistive technology.CorrectIncorrect
Parents reporting changes in the home environment should be considered when determining the effectiveness of assistive technology.CorrectIncorrect
Determining barriers that impact a student’s use of assistive technology is not necessary to determine effectiveness of assistive technology.CorrectIncorrect
Changes can occur throughout a student’s use of assistive technology based on educational program.CorrectIncorrect
Evaluating assistive technology must be reviewed on a weekly basis.CorrectIncorrect
The IEP team should have expectations of the results expected through the student’s use of assistive technology.CorrectIncorrect