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  • Help Spanish -Speaking Students Become Independent Successful Readers

    Presenter: Olivia Ruiz-Figueroa

    Olivia Ruiz-Figueroa, author of Developmental Reading Assessments Spanish component, Evaluación del desarrollo de la lectura®, shares how educators can gain knowledge about students’ literacy in Spanish through observing, analyzing, and setting a focus for instruction to identify where to begin literacy instruction for students in various types of instructional programs.

    Date: Sep 14, 2017 

     
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  • What a Nonverbal Ability Test Is...And Isn't

    Presenter: Dr. Jack Naglieri

    In this webinar, Dr. Jack Naglieri, the author of the Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test, explains the difference between nonverbal ability assessments and other measures typically used for identifying gifted students. Dr. Naglieri will also show how our nonverbal assessment can be used in tandem with other programs to provide holistic views of student ability.

    Date: Oct 20, 2015 

     
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  • Accurate Grading with a Standards-Based Mindset

    Presenter: Tom Schimmer, Education Consultant

    Moving to a standards-based reporting system begins with the development of a standards-based mindset. Tom Schimmer will explore how leaders can establish a standards-based mindset in their schools or districts and help teachers approach grading with clarity and focus. He will also discuss why it is important to examine grading practices through the lens of student confidence and why education needs to be so much more than the simple accumulation of the requisite number of points on a scale.

    Date: Dec 16, 2013 

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  • The Challenges and Benefits of the Next-Generation Standards and Assessments

    Presenter: Steve Ferrara, Vice President, Performance Assessment, Pearson

    Steve Ferrara will explore the demands of the Common Core State Standards, the goal of providing balanced assessment systems through the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium and PARCC, and the benefits of providing additional balance via classroom formative assessment practices.

    Date: Dec 12, 2013 

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  • Why Most So-Called Formative Assessment Isn't—and What You Can Do about It

    Presenter: Grant Wiggins, President, Authentic Education; Author

    Formative assessment is not about more benchmark tests. It's about the ongoing assessment of long-term goals so that adjustments can be made in a timely way, before it's too late. Grant Wiggins will describe what genuine feedback is and how to ensure that feedback and opportunities to use it are built into the curriculum and assessment system, instead of being overlooked in the rush to "cover" content.

    Date: Dec 10, 2013 

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  • Using Assessment Data to Inform Personalized Instruction

    Presenter: Shari Butler, Director of Special Education, Pearson

    Assessment is a part of the learning process. Using assessment data as part of instruction enables educators to personalize learning for all students. But how do we do this in a time of new, more rigorous standards and concern over covering content? Special educators have been individualizing instruction for years by using student data to build instruction around what students already know and can do. Shari Butler will provide examples of ways to integrate assessment more fully into instruction and to incorporate data into actions that personalize learning.

    Date: Dec 05, 2013 

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  • Are You Really Standards-Based? Auditing Local Assessment and Grading

    Presenter: Grant Wiggins, President, Authentic Education; Author

    Standards are about performance levels, not teaching. So, with all the talk about teaching and the Common Core State Standards, it is easy (and all too common) for districts to overlook the profound challenge to local assessment and grading presented by the standards. Grant Wiggins will provide an assessment and grading audit system to help local leaders address this vital issue.

    Date: Dec 03, 2013 

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  • Why Some Students Struggle with Mathematics: A Look at Math-Related Processes

    Presenter: Gloria Maccow and Adam Scheller

    This webinar will describe cognitive processes involved in the acquisition of mathematics skills - computation, operations, and problem-solving. Using case examples, the presenters will illustrate how we use assessment data to (1) document under-achievement in mathematics (2) determine which mathematics-related cognitive processes are linked to the under-achievement, and (3) identify appropriate interventions.

    Date: Oct 05, 2013 

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  • GRADE and aimsweb: Moving from Benchmark to Diagnostic, and Progress Monitoring

    Presenter: Misty Sprague and Lisa Langell

    Research shows us that utilizing a multifaceted, balanced assessment approach is the best way to ensure that the instruction you are delivering meets the needs of all learners in your classroom. Join us for a complimentary hour long session as we discuss how using a formative tool like AIMSweb in conjunction with a diagnostic tool like GRADE will help you identify the specific strengths and needs of your learners, while monitoring their day to day progress.

    Date: Sep 11, 2013 

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  • aimsweb System Overview Series: Orientation for Teachers

    Presenter: James Henke

    AIMSweb is a benchmark and progress monitoring system based on direct, frequent and continuous student assessment. The results are reported to students, parents, teachers and administrators via a web-based data management and reporting system to determine response to intervention.

    Date: Sep 09, 2013 

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  • aimsweb System Overview Series: Progress Monitor Orientation

    Presenter: James Henke

    We will show the functionality of the Progress Monitor usertype. Topics to include a demonstration of how to create a case for a student, data entry, and the entry of intervention and goal line changes.

    Date: Sep 06, 2013 

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  • Utilizing GRADE/GMADE Data to Drive Instruction

    Presenter: Misty Sprague

    During this session the presenter will demonstrate how the Group Reading and Diagnostic Evaluation(GRADE) and Group Math and diagnostic evaluation (GMADE) help to make reading and math more meaningful to each and every student, which will improve the overall quality of instruction. We will also look at understanding how to align the GRADE/GMADE assessment results with correlated interventions to help students improve weaknesses or challenge strengths. This session serves as a good introduction to school personnel who would like to learn more about GRADE/GMADE and how it can be used in their schools.

    Date: Sep 05, 2013 

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  • aimsweb System Overview Series: Manager Orientation

    Presenter: James Henke

    AIMSweb is a benchmark and progress monitoring system based on direct, frequent and continuous student assessment. The results are reported to students, parents, teachers and administrators via a web-based data management and reporting system to determine response to intervention.

    Date: Sep 03, 2013 

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  • The Role of Executive Functioning in Learning to Read and Reading

    Presenter: George McCloskey

    Before you can determine which interventions will be the most effective in helping a struggling learner, first you must find out the specific cause of the child’s learning problems. We are pleased to offer a new web-based seminar series that will help you answer the question, “Why is my student struggling to learn?” Based on the latest research, these sessions will provide insight on a multitude of factors that influence how a child learns.

    Date: May 16, 2013 

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  • The Neuropsychology of Reading Disorders: A Framework for Effective Interventions

    Presenter: Steven G. Feifer

    Before you can determine which interventions will be the most effective in helping a struggling learner, first you must find out the specific cause of the child’s learning problems. We are pleased to offer a new web-based seminar series that will help you answer the question, “Why is my student struggling to learn?” Based on the latest research, these sessions will provide insight on a multitude of factors that influence how a child learns.

    Date: May 14, 2013 

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  • Why Does Logan Struggle with Learning and Behavior?

    Presenter: Adam Scheller

    During this webinar we will review these findings regarding Logan’s learning in detail. Specifically, will analyze the assessment results to answer the following 3 referral questions:

    • Why has Logan not responded to a series of math interventions provided through general education in both Tier 1 and Tier 2?
    • Does Logan have strengths in areas that may be compensating for weaknesses in others?
    • What can be done to address Logan’s behavioral challenges, so that he is more successful in the classroom?

    Date: Apr 23, 2013 

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  • The Role of Executive Functions in Learning and Using Mathematics

    Presenter: George McCloskey

    Before you can determine which interventions will be the most effective in helping a struggling learner, first you must find out the specific cause of the child’s learning problems. We are pleased to offer a new web-based seminar series that will help you answer the question, “Why is my student struggling to learn?” Based on the latest research, these sessions will provide insight on a multitude of factors that influence how a child learns.

    Date: Apr 18, 2013 

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  • Executive Functioning In the Process of Learning: Assessment Results and Intervention Tactics

    Presenter: Adam Scheller

    In response to your overwhelming requests, this session is presented as a follow up to the Cause and Effect webinar "The Role of Attention & Executive Functioning in the Process of Learning" presented on January 18, 2012. In the first session we presented an overview for the mechanisms of Executive Functioning, including a focused discussion on the relationship between EF and learning. In this next session, we will expand upon specific executive functioning weakness patterns we find in reading, math, and writing. Our ultimate goal will be to look at innovative and cutting edge assessment techniques using case study evaluations with linkage to intervention tactics for improving functional academic performance.

    Date: Dec 12, 2012 

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  • The Neuropsychology of Emotional Disorders (Session Two)

    Presenter: Steven G. Feifer

    This workshop will explore the neural architecture of emotional behavior by examining various brain structures laying the foundation for higher level social skill functioning. Specific biological factors related to the development of social competence and emotional self-regulation will be explored. There will be a detailed discussion on bipolar disorders, anxiety disorders, and depression from a brain-based educational perspective, including cutting edge interventions such as neurofeedback. Schools can enhance emotional wellness in children through early prevention efforts, appropriate assessment strategies, and an improved school climate to foster emotional growth for all children.

    Date: Dec 06, 2012 

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  • AIMSweb Common Core

    Presenter: Lisa Langell & Misty Sprague

    AIMSweb is a benchmark and progress monitoring system based on direct, frequent and continuous student assessment. The results are reported to students, parents, teachers and administrators via a web-based data management and reporting system to determine response to intervention.

    Date: Dec 05, 2012 

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  • The Neuropsychology of Emotional Disorders (Session One)

    Presenter: Steven G. Feifer

    This workshop will explore the neural architecture of emotional behavior by examining various brain structures laying the foundation for higher level social skill functioning. Specific biological factors related to the development of social competence and emotional self-regulation will be explored. There will be a detailed discussion on bipolar disorders, anxiety disorders, and depression from a brain-based educational perspective, including cutting edge interventions such as neurofeedback. Schools can enhance emotional wellness in children through early prevention efforts, appropriate assessment strategies, and an improved school climate to foster emotional growth for all children.

    Date: Dec 04, 2012 

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  • General Outcome Measurement & Mastery Monitoring-Why frequent progress monitoring matters

    Presenter: Mark Shinn

    AIMSweb is a benchmark and progress monitoring system based on direct, frequent and continuous student assessment. The results are reported to students, parents, teachers and administrators via a web-based data management and reporting system to determine response to intervention.

    Date: Nov 29, 2012 

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  • AIMSweb with Gifted

    Presenter: Lisa Langell & Misty Sprague

    AIMSweb is a benchmark and progress monitoring system based on direct, frequent and continuous student assessment. The results are reported to students, parents, teachers and administrators via a web-based data management and reporting system to determine response to intervention.

    Date: Nov 28, 2012 

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  • Group Math and Diagnostic Evaluation (GMADE)

    Presenter: Misty Sprague

    During this session the presenter will demonstrate how the Group Math and Diagnostic Evaluation (GMADE) help to make reading more meaningful to each and every student, which will improve the overall quality of instruction.

    Date: Nov 15, 2012 

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  • NNAT2 Data Interpretation: Part Three

    Presenter: Misty Sprague

    This hour long webinar will take you through the functionality of the NNAT2 Online program. You will learn how to successfully deliver an online exam, manage student data and how to produce reports. This session is designed for anyone considering a move to online testing, as well as current users who simply need a refresher.

    Date: Nov 14, 2012 

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  • General Outcome Measurement & the Common Core State Standards

    Presenter: Mark Shinn

    AIMSweb is a benchmark and progress monitoring system based on direct, frequent and continuous student assessment. The results are reported to students, parents, teachers and administrators via a web-based data management and reporting system to determine response to intervention.

    Date: Oct 30, 2012 

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  • Group Reading and Diagnostic Evaluation (GRADE)

    Presenter: Misty Sprague

    During this session the presenter will demonstrate how the Group Reading and Diagnostic Evaluation (GRADE) help to make reading more meaningful to each and every student, which will improve the overall quality of instruction. We will also look at understanding how to align GRADE assessment results with correlated interventions to help students improve weaknesses or challenge strengths. This session serves as a good introduction to school personnel who would like to learn more about GRADE and how it can be used in their schools.

    Date: Oct 16, 2012 

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  • NNAT2 Online: Part Two

    Presenter: Kari Bowman

    Date: Oct 09, 2012 

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  • NNAT-2 Online

    Presenter: Kari Bowman

    This hour long webinar will take you through the functionality of the NNAT2 Online program. You will learn how to successfully deliver an online exam, manage student data and how to produce reports. This session is designed for anyone considering a move to online testing, as well as current users who simply need a refresher.

    Date: Sep 27, 2012 

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  • AIMSweb Digits

    Presenter: Lisa Langell

    AIMSweb is a benchmark and progress monitoring system based on direct, frequent and continuous student assessment. The results are reported to students, parents, teachers and administrators via a web-based data management and reporting system to determine response to intervention.

    Date: Sep 24, 2012 

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  • Identifying the Needs of ELL Learners

    Presenter: Misty Sprague

    Our ELL webinars will provide you with in-depth knowledge and information on best practices and solutions.

    Date: Sep 21, 2012 

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  • Integrating RTI with Cognitive Neuropsychology: A Scientific Approach to Reading-Session 2

    Presenter: Steven G. Feifer

    This workshop will examine reading from a brain-based educational perspective, and classify reading disorders into four distinct subtypes. There will be a discussion matching each reading subtype with specific evidence based interventions. The use of neuropsychological assessment within a 4-tiered response to intervention (RTI) system will be discussed as the primary means to pinpoint specific reading disorders in children. Lastly, the 90 minute dyslexia evaluation will provide practitioners with a multi-method approach to assessment.

    Date: Sep 20, 2012 

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  • Online Solutions: Part Two

    Presenter: Kari Bowman

    This hour long presentation will focus on the various online solutions that are available to you. We will showcase each product and discuss how they best utilized.

    Date: Sep 18, 2012 

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  • Integrating RTI with Cognitive Neuropsychology: A Scientific Approach to Reading-Session 1

    Presenter: Steven G. Feifer

    This workshop will examine reading from a brain-based educational perspective, and classify reading disorders into four distinct subtypes. There will be a discussion matching each reading subtype with specific evidence based interventions. The use of neuropsychological assessment within a 4-tiered response to intervention (RTI) system will be discussed as the primary means to pinpoint specific reading disorders in children. Lastly, the 90 minute dyslexia evaluation will provide practitioners with a multi-method approach to assessment.

    Date: Sep 13, 2012 

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  • SELP-2: Stanford English Language Proficiency Test 2

    Presenter: Misty Sprague

    SELP 2, a newly revised assessment of language proficiency for ELL students, helps to ensure that students from non-English-speaking backgrounds acquire the skills they need to succeed in school.

    Date: Aug 17, 2012 

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  • Moving to an Online Solution

    Presenter: Kari Bowman

    This webinar is a 1 hour presentation that will focus on how to roll out online testing to a district or a school. We will focus on steps that administrators and staff should consider before purchasing an online product.

    Date: Apr 24, 2012 

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  • Meeting Students Needs with the Stanford 10

    Presenter: Misty Sprague

    The benchmark of excellence in achievement testing for more than 80 years, Stanford 10 provides reliable data to help measure student progress toward content standards and high expectations. Our Stanford webinars will help you gain a deeper understanding of how this assessment can help address the needs of your students and help them reach their true potential.

    Date: Apr 15, 2012 

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  • Envision Math/Focus Math and AIMSweb

    Presenter: Misty Sprague, Lisa Langell & Lisa Smith

    AIMSweb provides instructional links to Pearson's enVision Math / Focus Math curricula. Attendees to this workshop will learn how to locate and interpret those reports via AIMSweb to make meaningful core instructional decisions and evaluate student progress.

    Date: Apr 10, 2012 

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  • Why Some Students Struggle with Reading: A Look at Reading-Related Processes

    Presenter: Karen Apgar, Gloria Maccow, and Justin Potts

    This webinar will describe reading-related processes and other cognitive abilities involved in reading. Using case examples, the presenters will illustrate how we use assessment data to (1) document under-achievement in reading, (2) determine which reading-related processes are linked to the under-achievement, and (3) identify appropriate interventions.

    Date: Mar 29, 2012 

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  • AIMSweb and Successmaker: Assessment and Intervention

    Presenter: Misty Sprague, Lisa Langell & Maureen Martin

    AIMSweb is a benchmark and progress monitoring system based on direct, frequent and continuous student assessment. The results are reported to students, parents, teachers and administrators via a web-based data management and reporting system to determine response to intervention.

    The AIMSweb system components provide one comprehensive progress monitoring and RTI Solution.

    1. Benchmark – Assess all students three times per year for universal screening (early identification), general education progress monitoring, and AYP accountability.
    2. Strategic Monitor – Monitor at-risk students monthly and evaluate the effectiveness of instructional changes.
    3. Progress Monitor – Write individualized annual goals and monitor more frequently for those who need intensive instructional services.

    Date: Mar 13, 2012 

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  • AIMSweb Successmaker: Assessment and Intervention

    Presenter: Misty Sprague, Lisa Langell, M.A., S. Psy.S. & Maureen Martin

    AIMSweb is a benchmark and progress monitoring system based on direct, frequent and continuous student assessment. The results are reported to students, parents, teachers and administrators via a web-based data management and reporting system to determine response to intervention.

    Date: Mar 13, 2012 

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  • Results Online Advanced

    Presenter: Misty Sprague

    Results Online is a web-based service that gives you quick, flexible access to Stanford 10 data. Join us for an hour long webinar that will demonstrate Results Online and show you how you can use it to: dissegregate data, create custom reports and organize your data based on specific needs.

    Date: Mar 06, 2012 

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  • What is the OLSAT?

    Presenter: Misty Sprague

    This session will overview the OLSAT and delve more deeply into the benefits and informational resources that are available from using the OLSAT assessment.

    Date: Feb 28, 2012 

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  • NNAT-2 Online

    Presenter: Kari Bowman

    This hour long webinar will take you through the functionality of the NNAT2 Online program. You will learn how to successfully deliver an online exam, manage student data and how to produce reports. This session is designed for anyone considering a move to online testing, as well as current users who simply need a refresher.

    Date: Feb 24, 2012 

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  • Stanford 10 and Results Online

    Presenter: Misty Sprague, M.A., Ed.S, NCSP

    Results Online is a web-based service that gives you quick, flexible access to Stanford 10 data. Join us for an hour long webinar that will demonstrate Results Online and show you how you can use it to: dissegregate data, create custom reports and organize your data based on specific needs.

    Date: Feb 21, 2012 

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  • Evaluating your core instruction with the Stanford 10

    Presenter: Misty Sprague

    The Stanford 10 provides educational professionals with a wealth of information about their core instruction and individual student needs. This session will show you how to use your assessment data to evaluate the strengths and needs of your core instruction at the school and classroom level.

    Date: Feb 15, 2012 

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  • aimsweb System Overview Series: Progress Monitor Orientation

    Presenter: James Henke

    We will show the functionality of the Progress Monitor usertype. Topics to include a demonstration of how to create a case for a student, data entry, and the entry of intervention and goal line changes.

    Date: Feb 15, 2012 

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  • Instructional recommendations from AIMSweb using Reading Street/My Sidewalks

    Presenter: Misty Sprague

    AIMSweb now offers reports that provide instructional recommendations for a variety of Pearson curriculum products, including Reading Street and My Sidewalks. In this webinar, learn more about Reading Street and My Sidewalks ― and how you can generate benchmark reports that answer the question “Now what?” after assessing your students with AIMSweb Test of Early Literacy (TEL), Reading-CBM (R-CBM) and Maze measures.

    Date: Feb 07, 2012 

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  • The Role of Attention and Executive Functioning in the Process of Learning

    Presenter: Adam Scheller

    Before you can determine which interventions will be the most effective in helping a struggling learner, first you must find out the specific cause of the child’s learning problems. We are pleased to offer a new web-based seminar series that will help you answer the question, “Why is my student struggling to learn?” Based on the latest research, these sessions will provide insight on a multitude of factors that influence how a child learns.

    Date: Jan 18, 2012 

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  • AIMSweb System Overview Series for Current Customers: Orientation for Teachers

    Presenter: James Henke

    AIMSweb is a benchmark and progress monitoring system based on direct, frequent and continuous student assessment. The results are reported to students, parents, teachers and administrators via a web-based data management and reporting system to determine response to intervention.

    Date: Jan 11, 2012 

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  • Why Students Struggle to Learn: An Overview of Cognitive Factors

    Presenter: Gloria Maccow

    Before you can determine which interventions will be the most effective in helping a struggling learner, first you must find out the specific cause of the child’s learning problems. We are pleased to offer a new web-based seminar series that will help you answer the question, “Why is my student struggling to learn?” Based on the latest research, these sessions will provide insight on a multitude of factors that influence how a child learns.

    Date: Dec 14, 2011 

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  • Learning Assessments Professional Development Offerings

    Presenter: Misty Sprague

    This session will overview what Professional Development options, schools have available to them. These options will include assessment and data consultation for areas such as, Giftes and Talented, ELL, AYP and mang others.

    Date: Dec 12, 2011 

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  • AIMSweb Successmaker: Assessment and Intervention

    Presenter: Misty Sprague and Lisa Langell, M.A., S. Psy.S.

    AIMSweb is a benchmark and progress monitoring system based on direct, frequent and continuous student assessment. The results are reported to students, parents, teachers and administrators via a web-based data management and reporting system to determine response to intervention.

    Date: Dec 12, 2011 

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  • Demonstrating AYP with Stanford 10

    Presenter: Misty Sprague

    This session will review how administrators will obtain reliable data to evaluate progress toward meeting the expectations of NCLB and national and state standards.

    Date: Dec 07, 2011 

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  • AIMSweb System Overview Series for Current Customers: Manager Orientation

    Presenter: James Henke

    AIMSweb is a benchmark and progress monitoring system based on direct, frequent and continuous student assessment. The results are reported to students, parents, teachers and administrators via a web-based data management and reporting system to determine response to intervention.

    Date: Dec 07, 2011 

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  • GRADE to Drive Student Growth

    Presenter: Misty Sprague

    During this session the presenter will demonstrate how the Group Reading and Diagnostic Evaluation(GRADE) help to make reading more meaningful to each and every student, which will improve the overall quality of instruction. We will also look at understanding how to align GRADE assessment results with correlated interventions to help students improve weaknesses or challenge strengths. This session serves as a good introduction to school personnel who would like to learn more about GRADE and how it can be used in their schools.

    Date: Dec 05, 2011 

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  • AIMSweb System Overview Series for Current Customers: Manager Orientation

    Presenter: James Henke

    AIMSweb is a benchmark and progress monitoring system based on direct, frequent and continuous student assessment. The results are reported to students, parents, teachers and administrators via a web-based data management and reporting system to determine response to intervention.

    Date: Dec 04, 2011 

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  • AIMSweb: Envision Math and Focus Math

    Presenter: Misty Sprague and Lisa Langell

    AIMSweb provides instructional links to Pearson's enVision Math / Focus Math curricula. Attendees to this workshop will learn how to locate and interpret those reports via AIMSweb to make meaningful core instructional decisions and evaluate student progress.

    Date: Nov 17, 2011 

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  • Gifted & Talented 101

    Presenter: Misty Sprague

    Our topical webinars will provide you with in-depth knowledge and information on a wide range of topics. Registor for one of our webinars below.

    Date: Nov 16, 2011 

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  • Stanford 10 and Results Online

    Presenter: Kari Bowman

    Results Online is a web-based service that gives you quick, flexible access to Stanford 10 data. Join us for an hour long webinar that will demonstrate Results Online and show you how you can use it to: dissegregate data, create custom reports and organize your data based on specific needs.

    Date: Nov 15, 2011 

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  • New Lexile® Reporting for AIMSweb

    Presenter: Misty Sprague and Lisa Langell

    This session will orient users to the new enhanced AIMSweb reports that include Lexile® measures. We will first provide a general overview of Lexile measures and how to use them with AIMSweb.

    Date: Nov 10, 2011 

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  • Instructional recommendations from AIMSweb using Reading Street/My Sidewalks

    Presenter: Misty Sprague and Lisa Langell, M.A., S. Psy.S

    AIMSweb now offers reports that provide instructional recommendations for a variety of Pearson curriculum products, including Reading Street and My Sidewalks. In this webinar, learn more about Reading Street and My Sidewalks ― and how you can generate benchmark reports that answer the question “Now what?” after assessing your students with AIMSweb Test of Early Literacy (TEL), Reading-CBM (R-CBM) and Maze measures.

    Date: Nov 01, 2011 

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  • Meeting Students Needs with Stanford 10

    Presenter: Kari Bowman and Misty Sprague

    Learn how your school can use the Stanford 10 to help guide the teaching and learning for all students. This session will cover the test format, testing options and review what information administrators, teachers and parents can gather and use to meet the needs of all students.

    Date: Oct 28, 2011 

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  • How to Use Stanford 10 Online

    Presenter: Kari Bowman

    This webinar describes the benefits of using the Stanford 10 Online to provide input to assist with instructional decisions and link assessment to instruction. It also outlines the technical requirements for Stanford 10 and provides a demo.

    Date: Oct 26, 2011 

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  • Demonstrating AYP with Stanford 10

    Presenter: Misty Sprague

    This session will review how administrators will obtain reliable data to evaluate progress toward meeting the expectations of NCLB and national and state standards.

    Date: Oct 18, 2011 

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  • Stanford 10 and Results Online

    Presenter: Misty Spragu and Kari Bowman

    Results Online is a web-based service that gives you quick, flexible access to Stanford 10 data. Join us for an hour long webinar that will demonstrate Results Online and show you how you can use it to: dissegregate data, create custom reports and organize your data based on specific needs.

    Date: Oct 12, 2011 

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  • Learn New Ways to Identify the Needs of Your ELL Students

    Presenter: Linda Alaniz

    This webinar is designed to address some of the best practices in the assessment of ELLs. Based upon her experiences in assessment and ELL instruction, Ms. Alaniz will describe solutions that can help you in meeting the needs of this rapidly growing student population.

    Date: May 04, 2011 

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  • Discover the Convenience of Online Assessment Solutions

    Presenter: Kari Bowman & Jose Uralde

    Discover how our online assessments can help you address the needs of your students.

    Date: Apr 14, 2011 

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  • Gifted & Talented 101

    Presenter: Misty Sprague

    Our topical webinars will provide you with in-depth knowledge and information on a wide range of topics. Registor for one of our webinars below.

    Date: Jan 24, 2011 

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