• SETT Framework

    "The SETT Framework supports the development, delivery, and evaluation of effectiveness of assistive technology services in a way that promotes people working together to improve the educational results of students and the active life participation of all people with disabilities."

    Joy Zabala


    Student - What are the student's needs and abilities, as described in the IEP, Present Level and measurable goals?

    Environment - What are the student's educational environments?

    Tasks - What activities take place and what are the expectations for that student in the educational environments?

    Tools - What accommodations, strategies and solutions should be considered? How might these tools be tried?


    To learn more about the SETT Framework for making informed assistive technology decisions, go to this web site: http://www2.edc.org/ncip/workshops/sett/SETT_Framework_article.html