Assessment 101 - 31433

Assessment 101 is an essential course for educational diagnosticians involved in the assessment and identification of special education students. It covers special education disability/eligibility criteria, fundamental statistical knowledge, and a basic understanding of CHC theory, which are all crucial components of the assessment process. During this session, participants will review special education disability/eligibility criteria and how to assess the 13 different eligibilities under special education. Fundamental statistical knowledge is an essential aspect of the assessment process; participants will review statistical measures provided by norm-referenced assessments. Another critical aspect of Assessment 101 is a basic understanding of CHC (Cattell-Horn-Carroll) theory as it applies to identifying specific learning disabilities.

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Diagnosticians, LSSP (Licensed Specialist in School Psychology)
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