Incorporate Video and Textual Representation Options
Incorporate Video and Textual Representation Options
2.5 Illustrate through multiple media
Assessment Example

Assessment incorporates video and textual representation options, as well as simulations, picture response cards, individualized manipulatives, and Braille.

Non-example

Test content is uniform throughout; stems and answer options are text-based with little variety in item types.

Accessibility

Any videos included to support comprehension or decoding should be easily and concisely described in words, or an alternate version of the item should be available using text instead of video.

Areas of Interest
Assessment Development
UDL Guidelines
Language & Symbols
Learner Focus
Student Focused
Power Strategies
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