Recorded Webinars

Pearson is dedicated to helping you and your colleagues stay abreast of best practices and current research as well as maintain a high level of expertise in serving your clients and students. These webinar events are recorded presentations delivered via the Internet that you watch and listen to on your computer. They are free-of-charge to participants and vary in length.

To obtain more information on a webinar, please contact us at 1-866-335-8418 or via e-mail at: work.shops@pearson.com.

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Review360 Solutions for Special Populations

Presented by: Sydney Herndon

Recorded:  May, 2019


Review360 Special Education Solutions is designed to support a variety of special populations and can help address many of your compliance and program needs.

-Do you need help quantitatively documenting students’ IEP goals and objectives?

-Do you have a process to determine regression and recoupment especially for extended school year services?

-Do you have students who reach or surpass the 10-day rule?

-Are your teachers prepared to support students in a less restrictive environment?

-Do parents know if their child is making adequate yearly progress?


This hour-long overview will cover the features of our Special Education Solution to address these and many other issues facing Special Education Administrators.

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Introducing the Bayley-4

Presented by:  Gloria Maccow, PhD

The Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development™, Fourth Edition (Bayley™-4)  is a comprehensive assessment tool for determining  developmental delays in children 16 days to 42 months old.

Recorded: February, 2019

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An Overview of the New Brown Executive Function/Attention Scales (Brown EF/A Scales)

Presenter:  Thomas E Brown, PhD

Recorded:  December 7, 2018

 

 

This webinar will use case examples of children, teens and adults to illustrate how these newly updated and re-normed scales can be used for screening and/or in comprehensive clinical evaluations for ADHD and related problems of executive function. Dr. Brown, author of these scales, will explain how the total composite score shows the likelihood of an individual having significant executive function/attention impairments often associated with ADHD. He will also describe how the six cluster scores can help to provide a profile of specific impairments that may be prioritized and targeted for treatment. This webinar is designed for psychologists and other mental health and medical professionals.

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Introducing the Early Screening Inventory-Third Edition (ESI-3)

Presented by: Gloria Maccow, PhD & Anne-Marie Kimbell, PhD

Recorded:  September, 2018

This brief presentation describes the new edition of the Early Screening Inventory (ESI-3)

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Measuring Progress Using Growth Scale Values and Standard Scores

Presented by: Adam Scheller, PhD

This brief presentation reviews the interpretation of Growth Scale Values and Standard Scores for the process of measuring progress.

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Back to School with Q-interactive

Presented by:  James Henke and Jeremy Clarke

Top tips and advice for another successful school year. New users and those considering Q-interactive are encouraged to join and hear about what’s new with clinical assessments in the digital world.

Q-interactive is a revolutionary new digital platform that delivers the world’s most advanced assessment tools you can take with you anywhere. Q-interactive saves you time, while adding unprecedented flexibility, portability, convenience and efficiency.

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PPVT-5 Overview

Presented by:  Gloria Maccow, PhD and Anne-Marie Kimbell, PhD

Recorded:  Falll, 2018

Learn more about the PPVT-5 by watching this brief overview. The video covers an overview of the PPVT-5, research goals,

uses and applications, and digital options.

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New Brown Executive Function/Attention Scales: Theory and Clinical Applications for Assessing ADHD

Presenter:  Thomas E Brown, PhD

Recorded:  August 13, 2018

This webinar presented by Dr. Thomas E. Brown, author of these new updated and re-normed EF/A scales, will describe how these scales move beyond current DSM-5 diagnostic criteria for ADHD to elicit important information about six critical executive functions that underlie symptoms of ADHD and related problems. Discussion will describe how these age-normed scales can be used to screen easily for possible ADHD impairments and as a valuable instrument for use in clinical assessment and monitoring of treatment for children, teenagers and adults with ADHD-related impairments

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An Overview of the New Brown Executive Function/Attention Scales (Brown EF/A Scales)

Presenter:  Thomas E Brown, PhD

Recorded:  April 23, 2018

 

This webinar provides an introduction to the newly-updated, revised and re-normed Brown Executive Function/Attention Scales that can be used to screen, assess and monitor executive function impairments and ADHD across the lifespan. The webinar will describe new features along with administration and reporting functionalities. Dr. Brown will also explain how these unique scales address situational variability of ADHD-related executive functions in preschoolers, children, adolescents and adults.

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KABC-II Normative Update

Presented by:  Gloria Maccow, PhD

Recorded:  March 1, 2018

The Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children, Second Edition Normative Update (KABC™-II NU: 2018) maintains the strengths of the KABC-II while providing updated normative information that reflects the changing population of children in the United States. Clinicians who use the KABC-II know that the subtests were designed to minimize verbal instructions and responses to allow for a fair assessment of all examinees, including examinees from diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds. Clinicians especially value the dual-theoretical foundation of the instrument - the Cattell-Horn Carroll (CHC) psychometric model of broad and narrow abilities, and Luria's neuropsychological theory of processing.This webinar will review features of the KABC-II that support interpretation from two different but complementary perspectives, and that allow clinicians to identify cognitive strengths and weaknesses.

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WRAT5 Informational Webinar

A short informational webinar providing an overview, administration and scoring options and other features and benefits of the WRAT5.

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Find the "Why"

Why doesn't Sam complete assignments in a timely manner? More importantly, what can we do about it? This case-study based webinar shows how the WISC-V is used as part of a comprehensive assessment to understand why "Sam" experiences difficulty.

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WISC-V General Ability Index (GAI)

Presented by:  Gloria Maccow, PhD

A brief webinar describing when and how to use the General Ability Index from the WISC-V.

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