Alternate Summative Assessment Resources

West Virginia students with significant intellectual disabilities take the Dynamic Learning Maps, Alternate Summative Assessment*. This assessment is a summative measure of student academic performance.  
The Alternate Assessment Advisory Team has developed instructional resources to support students who are taught the Next Generation Alternate Assessment Content Standards for English, mathematics and science (Policies 2520.161; 2520.162; 2520.16). These resources were developed for each programmatic level (elementary, middle and high school) and each contains resources in three areas of support:

For more information on alternate assessment or these resources please contact Dr. Melissa Gholson at 304-558-2546.

Document Type Document Name
BoardMaker Studio
Elementary_School
BoardMaker Studio
Middle School
BoardMaker Studio
High_School
Learning Progressions Learning Progressions

*= For information on the participation criteria for who is eligible for an alternate assessment see the Guidelines of Participation in West Virginia State Assessments.