Student Profile Jordan – Rising 4th Grader
Student Grade Level – 3rd
Content Area/Course Considered – Grade 4 Mathematics
Instructional Content – Grade Level Curriculum
Disability – Not Specified
Learner Characteristics – Difficulties in retrieving information, organizing new
information, and completing tasks, interacts socially at inappropriate times
Accommodations – Small setting for testing, frequent breaks, manipulatives
Instructional supports and/or strategies provided – Verbal prompts.
Timeframe Expected for Learning – Likely to complete in one year
Assessment Performance – State assessment data not provided.
Should the IEP team consider the VMAST Grade 4 Mathematics test for
Jordan? _____ YES X NO
Rationale: Jordan is currently being instructed in grade level curriculum. His
profile suggest that although he has some of the learner characteristics (i.e.
difficulties with retrieval and organization) associated with VMAST
participants, measures such as the Woodcock –Johnson and classroom
observations, suggest that he is making excellent progress. Accommodations
and supports provided to Jordan are effective in providing access, but not
considered extensive. With the progress currently being made, Jordan is
likely to master grade level content in one school year.
Next Steps: IEP team should strongly considered participation in the Grade 4
SOL mathematics assessment. Individual or small group testing
accommodations should also be considered to reduce distractions.
Virginia Department of Education – Revised July 25, 2011