Teaching & Assessing Grade-Level Content to Students with Complex Support Needs

Publications

  • Burdge, M., Clayton, J., Denham, A., & Hess, K. (2010). Ensuring access: A four-step process for accessing the general curriculum.  In H. Kleinert & J. Kearns, Alternate assessment for students with significant cognitive disabilities. Baltimore: Paul Brookes.
  • Courtade, G., Taub, D., & Burdge, M. (2010). Teaching and assessing grade level science content to students with significant cognitive disabilities. In H. Kleinert & J. Kearns, Alternate assessment for students with significant cognitive disabilities. Baltimore: Paul Brookes.
  • Kleinert, H., Kearns, J., Eds. (2010). “Teaching Science to Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities.” Alternate Assessment on Alternate Achievement Standards: Academic Content and Meaningful Outcomes. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes, pp. 203-234.
  • Clayton, J., Burdge, M., Denham, A., Kleinert, H., &.Kearns, J. (2006). A four-step process for accessing the general curriculum for students with significant cognitive disabilities.  Teaching Exceptional Children, 38(5)., 20-27.
  • Kearns, J., Burdge, M., Kleinert, H. (2005).  Alternate assessment and standards-based instruction: Practical strategies for teachers.  In M. Wehmeyer & M. Agran, Mental retardation and intellectual disabilities: Teaching students using innovative and research-based strategies. Boston: Pearson Custom Publishing.
  • Denham, A. (2004). Pathways to learning for students with cognitive challenges: Reading, writing, and presenting.Lexington, KY: University of Kentucky, Interdisciplinary Human Development Institute.
  • Burdge, M., Groneck, V., Kleinert, H., Longwill, A., Clayton, J., Denham, A., & Kearns, J. (2001).  Integrating alternate assessment in the general curriculum.  In H. Kleinert & J. Kearns, Alternate assessment: Measuring outcomes and supports for students with disabilities. Baltimore: Paul Brookes.
  • Clayton, J., Burdge, M. & Kleinert, H. (2001). Integrating alternate assessment with ongoing instruction.  In H. Kleinert & J. Kearns, Alternate assessment: Measuring outcomes and supports for students with disabilities. Baltimore: Paul Brookes.

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