What are some of the differences in evaluation between judgment and non-judgment disabilities? Why does this difference exist, and what could you do to make sure that the difference is minimized?
When teachers decide on evaluation for students with disabilities, they either use professional judgment to adopt grade adaptations for the disabled student, which represent strategies for individualized grading systems for the disabled student or they use non-judgment and grade the disabled student the same as their non-disabled counterparts. The difference is often that when evaluation is predicated upon judgment of the disability, taking into account the added difficulties and possible ...
This solution analyzing how teachers evaluate students with two different types of disabilities, non-judgment and judgment disabilities in relation to assessment of their skills within the classroom.