If you are looking for even more training and information about accommodations, NCEO now provides online training to help educators improve accommodations decision making. The training includes case-based video clips, and contains five interactive, multi-media professional development modules. Educators are coached on best practices in how to select, administer, and evaluate the use of accommodations. The training is available without charge.
The Evaluate and Improve tab on the Accommodations Central LiveBinder has a helpful form for monitoring students' accommodations. It is important to not only implement accommodations but to monitor the effectiveness. Use this form to help document use and effectiveness per student. Then this documentation can be used in IEP team meetings to support the continuation or elimination of an accommodation. Think about creating this in Google Forms for less paperwork.
This LiveBinder has many resources for teachers following the 5 step process of accommodations. The two documents in Administrator tab, Accommodations at a glance and Instructional needs by class, are helpful in keeping track of which student receive which accommodations. These forms can be customized by class, simply change the accommodations to ones that are used in your classroom and then plug in the student names for the accommodations they are to receive.
This website from the University of Kansas gives us a strong foundation for the understanding of what are accommodations. It also addresses the selection process for accommodations as well as provides tools for accommodation evaluation.