SaS Consideration Toolkit: Overview
The Supplementary Aids and Services (SaS) Consideration Toolkit is a structured method to analyze the instructional, physical, and social environment of a general education classroom from the perspective of an individual student. The intended outcome of using this tool is to identify a list of environmentally-referenced Supplementary Aids and Services to enhance participation and learning for a student with a disability in the general education classroom.
For further information about the Supplementary Aids and Services (SaS) Consideration Toolkit, please contact: Christine Moon at firstname.lastname@example.org or (412) 826-6870.
An overview of each module is provided below.
The Supplementary Aids and Services (SaS) Consideration Toolkit consists of four distinct steps:
- Step 1: Develop Profile of General Education Classroom(s)
- Step 2: Identify Potential Barriers to Curricular Access and Instruction
- Step 3: Identify Strategies and Services to Eliminate Barriers
- Step 4: Discuss Appropriate Supplementary Aids and Services Options and Identify Viable Alternatives for Implementation
PaTTAN and Intermediate Unit consultants have been trained in the use of these tools, and are available to provide on-site support to IEP teams. Additionally, there is facilitator training available online through Schoology. Please click on Supplementary Aids and Services Consideration Toolkit: On-Demand Facilitator Training for full details.
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