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These do not alter curriculum expectations. Accommodations
These change the number or complexity of the regular expectations. Modifications
These are expectations developed for knowledge and skills not found in the Ontario curriculum. Alternatives
Are alternatives accommodations or modifications? Modifications
Math expectations changed to a different grade level are called what? Modifications
What are alternative courses labelled/coded with in secondary school? A "K"
What does "ALT" mean on an IEP? Alternative
What does "AC" mean on an IEP? Accommodated only
What does "MOD" mean on an IEP? Modified
When modifying a course, do you have to state the current level of achievement (in the form of a grade or mark) on the IEP? Yes
Is small group work an example of a modification? No
Allowing extra processing time is an example of what? An accommodation
The use of a calculator is an example of what? An accommodation
Having a scribe for a test is an example of what? An accommodation
True or False: The IEP is an effective tool for clarifying communication with parents. True
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