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Presenter: Dr. Melissa Shamblott

This webinar is designed to help NYC DOE using Work Sampling Online to prepare for end-of-year procedures. Topics include reviewing and monitoring end-of-year data sets, creating outcome reports, analyzing outcome reports, exporting student data, communicating with families as students transition to the next school year.

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This webinar will describe and analyze the results of the evaluation in an effort to understand (1) why Allie has not responded to reading interventions; (2) if Allie has a Specific Reading Disability (Dyslexia); and (3) what interventions are needed to improve Allie’s academic performance.

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Presenter(s): Melissa Shamblott

An overview and demonstration of important Work Sampling System (WSS) Online to-do's to check off your list as you prepare for end-of-year activities to set you up for beginning of year activities for your students in grades K-3. WSS provides an overview that explains each element of the system, gives step-by-step procedures, and offers practical suggestions with focus on seven major curriculum areas: personal and social development; language and literacy; mathematical thinking; scientific thinking; social studies; the arts; and physical development, health and safety.

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Presenter(s): Judy Jablon, MS

In this one-hour webinar, Work Sampling System author Judy Jablon will discuss how the Powerful Interactions model can help to integrate assessment and interactions.

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Presenter(s): Judy Jablon, MS

In this one-hour webinar, Work Sampling System author Judy Jablon will discuss how assessment can support you in asking questions about children, building stronger relationships with them and in turn, support all children in their success, both in the classroom and beyond.

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This one-hour webinar will focus on the interpretation of the WISC-V. The presenter will describe primary, ancillary, and complementary indexes and will use sample data to illustrate the interpretive process. As a result of the session, participants will describe (1) the cognitive processes represented by the WISC-V index scores, (2) the theoretical link between specific cognitive abilities and specific academic skills and (3) how to use performance on the WISC-V to generate hypotheses about processing deficits.

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