This session highlights several interactive online resources available for undergraduate students, graduate students, and researchers investigating academic research on accessibility and accommodations for students with disabilities, English learners, and English learners with disabilities, as well as research-based publications on the instruction and assessment of students with significant cognitive disabilities who participate in the alternate assessment. The National Center on Educational Outcomes (NCEO) in the Institute on Community Integration has compiled three online bibliographies that contain collections of academic studies on educational supports. The Accommodations for Students with Disabilities Bibliography contains information about empirical studies on the effects of various testing accommodations for students with disabilities. Similarly, the Accommodations for English Learners Bibliography contains information about empirical studies on the effects of various testing accommodations for English learners. The Alternate Assessment (AA-AAAS) Bibliography contains information about research-based publications on alternate assessments and standards-based instruction for students with significant cognitive disabilities. These interactive bibliographies allow users to gain understandings that can spur new directions for future research inquiry, and can jump start searches for relevant literature. Learn more about the Bibliographies at the poster session, and even try out a demonstration search on an available laptop at our poster session!
NCEO is supported through a Cooperative Agreement (#H326G160001) with the Research to Practice Division, Office of Special Education Programs, U.S. Department of Education
Rogers, Chris; Hochstetter, Angela; Lazarus, Sheryl.
NCEO’s Online Research Databases on English Learners and Special Education Students: Your Future Research Tool?.
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