To learn the skills and concepts presented in the classroom, children must pay attention, register and assign meaning to information they see and hear, and store that information in memory. The transition from infancy to early childhood is associated with increased proficiency in tasks requiring attention, working memory, and cognitive flexibility, all of which help to predict rate of learning.
Tele-assessment holds the potential to redistribute psychologist resources significantly, reach rural populations, and bolster services for overpopulated areas. However, it also brings with it several other accessibility issues. This presentation will discuss these issues in tele-assessment.
This presentation will introduce the new WRAML3 edition, including an overview of the updates made to the subtests, a discussion of the normative, reliability and validity data, and a discussion of the available scores.
Students returning to school this fall will have many needs. States and districts like yours are facing key decisions to address students' critical academic and social-emotional needs.
Join us for an expert-panel discussion on the use of demographically adjusted norms in standardized assessment. This panel will discuss the use of demographically adjusted norms and types of instruments that provide them. They will address the appropriate use of demographically adjusted norms in practice and relation to equity in psychological assessment.
Are you taking full advantage of the power of Plus? Join us for a review of optional measures that will enable you to maximize the benefits of aimswebPlus in your school/district.
The presenters will discuss interpreting Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals, Preschool-3 results in the context of a comprehensive language assessment. Topics will include evaluating test scores as one part of the body of evidence for diagnostic decisions, interpreting score differences, and using assessment results to make recommendations for next steps for the child, family, and teacher.
This webinar provided an overview of adaptive behavior profiles in individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and how patterns of delays can negatively impact independence throughout life.
Difficulties with communication, language, and social skills are common concerns for individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). While some individuals’ communication and language difficulties are subtle, other individuals’ difficulties are severe. Early identification in all cases provides the best opportunity for improvement. This webinar will focus on assessments appropriate for individuals of different ages and language ability levels.
Recognizing the sensory processing and motor needs of individuals with autism is vital for participation and success. Challenges in these areas may underlie or exacerbate many social, behavioral, and learning difficulties.