Feifer Assessment of Writing - 31429

This interactive session will include a review of the criteria for dysgraphia, a specific learning disability in written expression, along with recommendations to support learners with writing difficulties. The session will provide training on skills required to administer, interpret, and analyze the Feifer Assessment of Writing (FAW). The FAW is a diagnostic achievement test designed to examine the underlying cognitive, motoric, and linguistic processes that support proficient written language skills. The FAW also examines subtypes of writing disabilities using a brain-behavior perspective; as a result, the FAW was designed to measure three subtypes of written language disorders or dysgraphia. PARTICIPANTS MUST BRING: a test kit, scoring protocol, and student response booklet

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Diagnosticians, Dyslexia Interventionist, LSSP (Licensed Specialist in School Psychology), Occupational Therapists
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Participants must bring a test kit, scoring protocol and student response booklet.
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