My course has 12-15 pop quizzes scattered throughout the semester. The quizzes are unannounced (thus, pop). I also have some at the beginning of the class, some at the end, and others in the middle. Most are 10-15 minutes in length.
One of my students has a university-approved accommodation for 50% extra time. I'm struggling with how to implement this accommodation. To be clear -- I'm very much on-board with providing accommodations. I am not trying to dodge the requirement.
I don't feel it would be helpful to single out the student in any way. Therefore, I don't want to collect the quiz papers and then have the student leave the room to get the extra 5 or 6 minutes of time. And, they would have to leave the room, as the distraction of the lecture would make the extra time fairly useless. Further, that student would then also miss the next bit of lecture.
Because the quizzes are random, I don't want to notify the student ahead of time to, for instance, "swing by my office to take the quiz ahead of time" as word will get out about the existence of a quiz that day. Ditto for "show up at class early" for a quiz that starts at the beginning of class.
I suppose that a quiz at the end of class could be handled with the extra time handled immediately after class. But, what do I do about the other quizzes?
Has anyone else faced a similar problem? Any suggestions?