Joy Zabala, Ed.D. The SETT Framework is a four-part model intended to promote collaborative decision-making in all phases of AT service design and delivery from consideration through implementation and evaluation of effectiveness. See the “SETT Documents”>>”SETT Framework Publications” for more information about the SETT Framework.
|SETT Scaffold for AT Evaluations|
|SETT Scaffold Outline|
|What is/are functional area(s) of concern?|
What does the child need to be able to do that is difficult or impossible to do independently at this time?
Instructional and physical
Available to both the child and SoonerStart staff
Materials and Equipment:
Commonly used by others in the environment(s), currently being used by the child
Technological, physical, and instructional
Attitudes and Expectations:
Staff, family and others
|What SPECIFIC tasks occur in the student’s natural environments that enable progress toward mastery of goals and objectives?|
What SPECIFIC tasks are required for active involvement in identified environments, related to communication, instruction, participation, productivity and environmental controls?
|Teams explore tools after information gathered on the Child, Environments, and Tasks is analyzed and used to address the following questions:
Is it expected that the student will not be able to make reasonable progress toward goals without assistive technology devices and services?