The Integrative and Collaborative Evaluation Symposium 2 - Virtual Virtual - 31030
The Integrative and Collaborative Evaluation (ICE) symposium is a one-day event focused on the learning and growth of our special education evaluation personnel. A menu of sessions from which to choose will be offered to meet the needs all evaluation personnel. The symposium will feature a variety of sessions focused on research and best practices for conducting collaborative evaluations within a multi-disciplinary team. Participants are encouraged to attend with other evaluators from their district and learn about how we are better together. This symposium will be a hybrid event. **This registration link is for the virtual option. Select sessions will be available for the virtual option.** The full array of sessions will only be for the in-person event.
Diagnosticians, LSSP (Licensed Specialist in School Psychology), Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech Therapists, Coordinators, Directors, Dyslexia Interventionist
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Seats Left 393
Registration Deadline 3/22/2023
Credit Type Continuing Professional Education
Amanda Gray Gray Area PLLC, Watson Polk ESC Region 11
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Special Ed. Specialist Evaluation
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