Time: 3:30 – 4:30 pm EST
Description: Psychoeducational evaluation reports can often be intimidating and overwhelming. What does it all mean and how can it be used for educational planning? The goal of this event is sensitize teachers and other professionals to the elements of a psychoeducational evaluation in order to help them better understand and apply the assessment data towards educational instruction.
Presenters: Elizabeth Shoiry
Elizabeth Shoiry is an accredited neuropsychologist who has extensive experience working with students of all ages, families, teachers, administrators, and other professionals. She is a skilled examiner who has been providing expert psychological assessments for more than 20 years in order to support students who have learning disabilities, ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, cognitive impairments, behavioral and/or social emotional concerns, and other conditions that can affect a student’s performance in school. Her evaluations not only provide an understanding of the student’s learning and behavioral profile, but are also used as a blueprint towards the development of individualized intervention plans that incorporate research based recommendations and practices.
Style of Event: webcast
Target Audience: Teachers of Pre-school, Elementary, Secondary, Resource and Administrators
Maximum 30 participants
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