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Methods Used in Conducting an Evaluation
PI 9.06(1)(e) of the Wisconsin Administrative Code requires that residents, students, teachers, administrators, and parents are all given an opportunity to participate in the self-evaluation. Active and meaningful participation of each of these groups is essential to achieving a comprehensive and informative evaluation.
Trends and Patterns of School District Support of Athletic, Extracurricular, and Recreational Activities
In this section, the district is asked to review participation trends in athletic, extracurricular and recreational activities. In doing so, the district should consider whether all of the protected groups participate and are encouraged to participate in these activities. The district should also identify any factors that might be causing or influencing these trends.
This page provides information on the DPI licensing requirements, schedules for the Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment (EIPA), tools developed to support effective practices, and more.
The Wisconsin Alternate Assessment for Students with Disabilities is the alternate to the Wisconsin Knowledge and Concepts Examinations (WKCE) at 3-8th, and 10th grades. The WAA-SwD is designed for the small number of students with disabilities who are unable to meaningfully participate in the WKCE, even with accommodations. Using the WAA-SwD Participation Checklist, an IEP team will determine whether a student in the tested grades will participate in the WKCE, in the WKCE with accommodations, or in the WAA-SwD.
[name of public agency]
CONFIDENTIALITY OF PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION OBTAINED THROUGH CHILD FIND ACTIVITIES
[Place prior to any major child find activity]
This Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) training webcast was designed to introduce viewers to traumatic brain injury and its impact on learning and behavior. Material covered includes basic definitions, information on brain structures and their functions, common problems seen in school, steps to educational evaluation and programming, and additional resources. This webcast is meant only to be an introduction to brain injury--a starting point for those interested in understanding brain injury and in creating effective educational interventions.