Webinars

The following live English webinars are in Eastern Time (EDT/EST).

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Upcoming Webinars

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    Presenters: Doug Maraffa, M.S., Adam Bauserman, Ed.D.

    Multi-tiered System of Support (MTSS) is a prevention-based framework on which to develop tiered systems of (Academic) support, (Behavioral) support, & (Social Emotional Learning) support for all students. MTSS allows for a system level change on how we support students, which is driven by a data problem-solving model. Currently, the tiered-models most used for academics is Response to Intervention (RtI) and for behavior is Positive Interventions and Supports (PBIS). It is important to note that RtI is primarily used to identify students who are struggling academically so interventions can be matched to improve academic achievement. Further, MTSS also includes identifying high-quality instruction in order to prevent those academic struggles identified by the RtI process. So, it is important to establish preventative and intervention methods of instruction to improve student’s academic growth. This MTSS webinar series will include 4 blocks of learning opportunities provided over the 2019-2020 school year to facilitate the development of a Multi-Tiered problem-solving model for student behavior.

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    Presenters: Doug Maraffa, M.S. , Adam Bauserman, Ed.D., Sydney Herndon, M.S., Maria Lorenzo

    This webinar series will provide current Review360 users strategies on how to implement R360 with Fidelity and Consistency. Participants will be able to identify effective strategies for implementing Review360 by discussing how to effectively access and use;
    Session 1:
    Review360 New Features
    Review360 Imports
    Review360 Smartphone Access
    Review360 Dashboard
    Session 2:
    Review360 Courses
    Review360 Universal Screeners
    Review360 Incident Reporting
    Session 3:
    Review360 Progress Monitoring Plans
    Review360 Charts & Reports
    Session 4:
    Discuss Mid-Year Review360 Implementation and how to Reboot Implementation for the Spring Semester
    Session 5:
    Discuss How to Conduct a Review360 Analysis for School-Year 2019-2020
    Discuss Review360 2019-2020 Close-Out Activities

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    Despite the great need for proper bilingual assessments, the truth is that there are simply not enough properly trained bilingual assessors to meet all the services needed. When a bilingual assessor is unavailable, some assessors seek out the help of bilingual interpreters. Asking a bilingual staff member down the hall is not enough. This presentation will look at how to properly prepare an interpreter in order to make sure that your assessment results are valid and reliable.

    This webinar is part of our Expand Your Practice webinar series. These webinars will focus on different ways you can use assessments to offer additional services to your clients.

    Webinar takes place in Eastern Time (ET)

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    Presenter: Stephen N. Elliott, Ph.D.

    Student resiliency is a characteristic necessary for the development of a healthy, adaptable outlook. This attribute enables children to emerge from challenging experiences with a positive sense of themselves and their futures. This session focuses on providing educators strategies and practices needed to assess and support the development of specific social emotional learning (SEL) skills that promote resiliency in children and youth. The featured SEL skills in this session are asking for help, getting along with others, expressing feelings, being positive about the future, and saying when there is a problem. The steps and resources from the SSIS SEL Classwide Intervention Program (CIP) needed for teaching and evaluating these skills will be illustrated.

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    We're all familiar with the use of measures of cognitive ability (e.g. WISCⓇ-V) and academic achievement (e.g. WIAT-III and KTEA-3) when evaluating children and adolescents for learning disabilities and/or ADHD. However, we can learn so much more about our clients’ strengths and weaknesses - information that leads directly to effective recommendations for intervention - by adding measures of cognitive processes such as attention, memory, executive functions, and language to our psychoeducational evaluations.

    This webinar will introduce you to several neuropsychological measures that are easy to learn and administer, and will help make your evaluations more useful to clients, families, and educators.

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    Presenter: Bianca Redd

    Every spring we would like to help you take steps to get the most out of your aimswebPlus data for end of year reporting. Join us as we review helpful reports that are used for planning for next year. Also begin to prepare for new school year by renewing and taking initial steps of getting your account ready for use in 2020-21. Registering for the webinar will ensure that you receive a link to the archive, in the event you are unable to attend the live session.

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    Presenter: Bianca Redd

    Every spring we would like to help you take steps to get the most out of your aimswebPlus data for end of year reporting. Join us as we review helpful reports that are used for planning for next year. Also begin to prepare for new school year by renewing and taking initial steps of getting your account ready for use in 2020-21. Registering for the webinar will ensure that you receive a link to the archive, in the event you are unable to attend the live session.

    Register Now