Writing Comprehensive Psychoeducational Evaluations for Special Education - 29113
A psychoeducational assessment is designed to determine whether or not a student has a disability; to identify academic and cognitive abilities, strengths, and weaknesses; and to make appropriate educational recommendations. Best practices in compiling, integrating, and analyzing all assessment data to yield educational and other relevant recommendations will be reviewed. Though the formats of psychoeducational reports vary, most assessments include similar basic components.
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Diagnosticians, LSSP (Licensed Specialist in School Psychology), Assessment Coordinators, Coordinators, Dyslexia Interventionist, Psychologists
For the purpose of this training, participants are asked to bring an evaluation they are currently working on that they would like to improve or need assistance in writing.
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