Wrightslaw Multimedia Training programs are available 24/7 - wherever you live, whenever you want. Work at your own pace. Eliminate distractions and schedule your study periods at times that meet your needs.
Wrightslaw training programs are designed to meet the needs of parents of children with disabilities, regular and special educators, special education service providers, health care professionals, child advocates, and attorneys who represent children with disabilities.
Special Education Law and Advocacy Multimedia Training Program incorporates the content of a 6 hour Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy training program with 1.5 hours of bonus content.
The program is divided into four segments. Two segments focus on the law; two focus on knowledge and skills for effective advocacy.
Special Education Law Part 1 (1 hour, 15 minutes
Special Education Law Part 2 (1 hour, 44 minutes)
Special Education Advocacy, Part 1 (2 hours, 7 minutes)
Special Education Advocacy, Part 2 (1 hour, 30 minutes)
Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) for Special Education Law & Advocacy.
|Special Ed Law & Advocacy Training Combo: Training Download + 2 print books + Free PDF download -
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Understanding Your Child's Test Scores is a 1.5 hour program.
Pete Wright will teach you about the bell curve, mean, and standard deviations.
You'll learn how to draw the bell curve and how to use your child's test scores to create powerful progress graphs.
Pete will also teach you about standard scores, percentile ranks, subtest scores, composite or cluster scores, and subtest scatter.
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|Understanding Your Child's Test Scores (1.5 hrs)
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From Emotions to Advocacy (print book)
From Emotions to Advocacy (print book + PDF Download)
From Emotions to Advocacy
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| New! e Pub - Save $7.00 (35%)
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Frequently Asked Questions
Training programs about -
How to Develop SMART IEPs
How to Organize Your Child's Special Education File
Paper Trails and Letters: How and Why
How to Prepare for School Meetings
School Meeting Survival Strategies
What Does Your Child Need? A Section 504 Plan or an IEP?
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