Bilingual Assessment for Monolingual Evaluators: Organizing, Assessing, and Interpretation - 31056
The intersection between a specific learning disability and second language acquisition presents several challenges to the evaluation team. Evaluating students from diverse cultural and linguistic (CLD) backgrounds requires a specialized set of knowledge and skills that need to be employed. This session will address several additional considerations and provide tools that assist in assessing this population. The materials in this session can also assist districts in developing local policies regrading the identification of CLD students.
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Diagnosticians, LSSP (Licensed Specialist in School Psychology), Dyslexia Interventionist
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