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September 2017
9/26/2017
Woodcock Johnson IV Tests of Achievement and Tests of Oral Language
Status: Open
Check-In Time: 8:00 AM
Start Time: 8:30 AM
End Time: 3:30 PM
Event Fee $35.00
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Deadline:
9/25/2017
Location 1: SCSC Conference Center - Room: Conference
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North Mankato, MN
Contact: Erin Toninato Telephone: 5073891425 Fax: (507)389-1772
Description: This workshop teaches administration, scoring, and interpretation of all the tests of achievement, with emphasis on the new tests and the changes from the WJ III. All administration and scoring details will be reviewed, followed by modeling of the procedures on video, and an opportunity for participants to practice scoring. There will also be an emphasis on interpretation of the test results. Test from the WJ IV Oral Language battery will also be reviewed, with emphasis on the tests most applicable to a learning disability assessment.
October 2017
10/6/2017
Region 9 OAE Screening Training
Status: Open
Check-In Time: 7:30 AM
Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Time: 3:30 PM
Registration
Deadline:
10/2/2017
Location 1: SCSC Conference Center - Room: Conference
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North Mankato, MN
Contact: Rhonda Jensen Telephone: 507-389-1425
November 2017
11/17/2017
Best Practices In Nondiscriminatory Assessment Professional Development
Status: Open
Check-In Time: 8:00 AM
Start Time: 8:30 AM
End Time: 4:00 PM
Event Fee $35.00
Registration
Deadline:
11/3/2017
Location 1: SCSC Conference Center - Room: Conference
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North Mankato, MN
Contact: Rhonda Jensen Telephone: 507-389-1425
Description: provides participants with practical training in evaluating and identifying English Learners suspected of having a disability in a way that incorporates research and best practice through the lens of MDE due process requirements. With the growing number of EL students in our buildings, it is important that we approach the MTSS/Pre-referral process a bit differently for these students, as we must address key factors that may be contributing to academic difficulties. Although participants will not leave proficient in this subject as it isn't possible to become so in a day, they will leave with a wealth of information to further their learning as well as ways to apply much of the information in a practical fashion.
Comment: *Lunch and materials provided.
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