Academic Learning

  • The course "Unfolding Origami: Considering Differential Diagnoses for Dyslexia Evaluations" will provide participants with a framework for conducting a thorough evaluation of dyslexia. The focus is given to common characteristics of dyslexia, common co-morbidities, and suggestions for how to unravel the diagnostic puzzle.

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  • This 30-minute presentation that will cover some practical tips to promote literacy in the classroom and home as well as instructional tools and assessments for educators to help identify strengths and needs to support positive literacy outcomes in ALL students.  

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  • In this webinar we will discuss how to quickly and accurately identify students’ language skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing to make informed instructional decisions and see measurable improvement.

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  • This webinar will discuss the features of the Review360 solutions and share some of the data we’ve collected over the years working with our long-time customers to improve outcomes for all students.  

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  • In this webinar, you'll learn how to precisely match diagnostic assessment data with specific multi-linguistic lessons and activities that target the individual student's underlying linguistic deficits and remediate reading and writing deficits using structured literacy intervention.

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  • This presentation will describe several assessments and assessment-based interventions which can be used to evaluate student math performance.

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  • This webinar describes step-by-step how to design dynamic assessment tasks within a comprehensive diagnostic evaluation process, conduct the procedure, interpret results, and convey these results meaningfully to families and other professionals.

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  • This webinar will provide an introduction to the Beta–4, a non-verbal measure of cognitive ability in adults.

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