This webinar will provide information about using performance indicators in the CELF® Preschool-3 that provide clinicians with information about the language skills children need to succeed in their Pre-K or K–2 classrooms.
Professional organizations that train practitioners to serve children in schools have expressed a longstanding concern over “equitable” and “nondiscriminatory” cognitive assessment for examinees from diverse racial/ethnic/language groups. This session will highlight these issues in detail (as informed by relevant research) and promote future directions that align with ethical best practices.
This webinar will provide an evidence-based framework for assessing and teaching basic relational concepts essential for learning and emotional regulation — key components of school readiness.
This session focuses on assessment and teaching of 15 social-emotional skills demonstrated to facilitate social and academic engagement and learning of young children.
Learn how you can use the aimsweb®Plus measures “to the max” and take your students to the next level! You’re invited to join us for an overview presentation highlighting aimswebPlus screening, reporting, and progress monitoring tools for math and reading!
This session will highlight the importance of the sensory and motor systems and how to assess them within the context of school readiness.
Pearson Clinical Assessment is committed to ensuring that our products and services support all our customers and their clients. This one-hour presentation will focus on the considerations and most recent product improvements for assessing gender-diverse clients. We look forward to discussing our current state and the ongoing process to improve the customer experience with Pearson assessments.
This one-hour webinar will present intriguing findings for a juvenile justice group from the MACI®-II standardization sample vs matched controls. Focusing on how the MACI-II assesses trauma symptoms within the context of emerging personality types, an illustrative case will be presented.
This webinar will focus on the accessibility needs of examiners, with particular attention to the training needs of students and practitioners with disabilities.
In this free webinar, the WRAML3 authors illustrate the depth and breadth of information acquired from a full WRAML3 Interpretive Report administration using two case studies. It is intended for experienced users of the WRAML and has extra time allotted for questions from attendees.