Accommodations, Modifications, and alternate assessments

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  1. mearmstr

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    Accomodations, Modifications and Alternate Assessments: How do they affect instruction and assessment?
     
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  3. czacza

    czacza Multitudinous

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    What is it this week with new posts from new members (post count:1) and questions that seem like they came from a class? (and several from Arkansas!!)
     
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    What a broad question. :dunno:
     
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    czacza Multitudinous

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    My question or that of the OP? :haha:
     
  6. SunnyReader

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    I think you professor will be ticked if he/she finds out this is not your own work.
     
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    {I think we are being invaded!} LOL - Hopefully, all you students will introduce yourselves and give your opinion or thoughts before asking for ours....
     
  8. blindteacher

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    That of the OP. ;)
     
  9. bros

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    That's what I was thinking.

    If I were going to ask a question here for one of my homeworks, I would at least make it a specific question, or i'd read the book again, or i'd check an online database :p
     
  10. Toak

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    Well apparently their professor told them to post a question on an education site. I, however, find it difficult to believe that the professor fed them the question to post here verbatim as most of them seem to be doing.

    If your assignment is what your peers have said it is, you need to ask your own question in order for this assignment to be a success. Teachers talk like normal people, not like textbooks. Even I, who hope to be a lifelong college student and find in-depth researching "fun" do not converse with others as if everyone were textbooks talking to one another. The closest I've ever come to that is asking a fellow peer to elucidate on why he felt his coursework for the semester was like a Gaussian curve.
     
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