Case Studies: Monolingual and Bilingual Case Study Reviews - 29112
Evaluators are invited to attend and bring any student evaluations of any student whose case appears to be complicated due to issues related to culture and language. The participants will learn the purpose of conducting an FIIE and will increase their understanding of the usefulness of evaluations. Evaluators will learn the recommended guidelines for report writing and discuss the most effective ways to communicate data related to exclusionary factors, language acquisition, and recommendations for instruction.
Schedule & Location
Diagnosticians, LSSP (Licensed Specialist in School Psychology), Assessment Coordinators, Coordinators, Dyslexia Interventionist, Teacher - Bilingual Education Program
Participants must bring individual case studies to review and discuss. Case studies will not be provided by the presenters.
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