Student Environment Task Tool
A process called SETT is designed to look at the Student, Environment, Task, and Tools.
- Student: List student strengths and areas of concern. Determine if the student can gain information from standard print-based instructional materials, needs the materials in a specialized format, or needs modified content or alternative materials.
- Environment: List places where the student interacts. School, home, classes in the school, community, work.
- Task: List the print materials that are used across the curriculum. Consider the instructional context in which they are used. Select which formats the student needs. Determine which materials are needed in the selected format.
- Tool: After the other areas are discussed, listing tools that have been tried in the past and then possible tools that will help meet the concerns in the SETT areas.
SETT Form 2 – Adapted from works by Joy Zabala, ED.D.
SETT Form 1 – Adapted from works by Joy Zabala, ED.D.
Questions to Consider for SETT – Adapted from works by Joy Zabala, ED.D.
Development Progression of Executive Skills
Ready/Not Ready Strip
5 It’s Against the Law – based on work by Kari Dunn Buron
Make a Plan Check List
GOPDR Worksheet | Adapted from the work of Tim Feeney, Ph.D. and Mark Ylvisaker, Ph.D.