Step 4: Periodic Review of Accommodations
Throughout the semester, you and the student should meet to discuss whether the accommodations are adequate or need revision. There is no single formula that works for everyone, and sometimes trial and error using a variety of accommodations is necessary. This is especially true for students who have never had experience using accommodations. Sometimes what both of you thought would work turns out not to be adequate. For example, the low distraction room has unanticipated distractions. Other unanticipated issues may arise. Periodic review can serve to identify alternatives and to get the issues resolved quickly.
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