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Candidate accommodations

Postby John Achrazoglou » April 1st, 2016, 1:39 pm

Hello - New member here and first post!

Is there any information-advice for accommodating candidates with disabilities as they prepare edTPA assessments? Our accessibility officers at our institution are, "curious about edTPA's position on its own accessibility." In particular the process of a low-no vision candidate preparing their teaching video. What if the candidate needs help setting up and pointing the camera or editing (trimming, blurring) the video. Does edTPA provide any help or alternative arrangements?
John Achrazoglou
University of Iowa
 
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Re: Candidate accommodations

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Scarlett Heydon, FSC
PK-12 School/District
 
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Re: Candidate accommodations

Postby Charlly Korpa » March 2nd, 2020, 2:54 am

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