Learn more about the accessibility for the Smarter Balance tests. Their aim is to "ensure equitable access for students with diverse accessibility needs and preferences". Check out this additional resource geared towards distance learning.
For some students, switch access is required to access and navigate the computer. There are many types available! For computer access, don't forget the switch interface. Watchthis video to learn how the switch interface works with computer and switch.
Sometimes, all that is needed is a little comfort and support to help stabilize hands and fingers. These are off the shelf and can be found at many office supplies stores. Click the Learn More button to see an example on Amazon.
Using this head mouse, a student can do just about anything on a computer, tablet or phone. A small reflective dot is place on the face and head movements control the cursor just as a hand controls a mouse. It can be used in conjunction with switches or use the dwell feature to do clicks. included).